Police are hunting two armed robbers who stole cash and goods from a convenience store in West Lothian after threatening staff at knifepoint.
The incident happened at Scotmid in Main Street, Uphall, on Wednesday.
The three staff members were locking up for the night just before 2200 GMT when two men wearing balaclavas and carrying knives entered the store.
They forced staff to hand over cash from the till and safe and then stole alcohol and cigarettes.
Police search for teenage suspect
A teenager suspected of two armed attacks in an Aberdeenshire town is being hunted by police.
A 14-year-old girl in Inverurie was robbed by a male using a "bladed weapon" at a cash machine. Then a teenage male was assaulted in the town.
Police said the attacks were of "great concern" and appealed for witnesses to contact them.
Grampian Police said the male thought to responsible for both incidents was in his mid teens, tall and slim.
Man falls from third floor window
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after falling from a third floor window.
The 21-year-old, who is not being named by police, was found in Morrison Street, Edinburgh, at about 0650 GMT on Thursday.
He was taken by ambulance to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary suffering from serious arm and leg injuries.
A Lothian and Borders Police spokeswoman urged anyone who saw or heard anything to come forward.