Police are on the hunt for a man following a complaint he has been repeatedly approaching a young woman in the street, leaving her "shaken by the incidents".
The man has accosted the 22-year-old at various times of the night and day while the woman has walked along Benvie Road in Dundee, near to Black Street and Cleghorn Street.
The man was said to have made attempts to speak to the woman on Tuesday 2 January, Tuesday 30 January, Friday 2 February and Sunday 4 February before leaving the area.
PC Andrew McIlvenny said: "The woman was not hurt any of the times she was approached by the man but has been left shaken by the incidents."
The man is believed to be in his late-20s to early-30s and is around 5ft 6in tall. He is described as slim with a tanned complexion, short black hair and black stubble.
Police Scotland said he was wearing a full white tracksuit with three blue stripes, and a gold signet ring on his left hand. He also had a Staffordshire bull terrier dog with him during some of the incidents.
PC McIlvenny added: "I would like to reassure the community that our officers are doing everything they can to find the person responsible.
"I would appeal to anyone who recognises the description of the man to get in touch."