Fresh CCTV appeal over man shot dead on doorstep in 2010
Anthony Wright was gunned down outside his house in Shotts, North Lanarkshire.
A fresh appeal has been made over the fatal shooting of a father seven years after his death.
Anthony Wright was gunned down outside his house in Shotts, North Lanarkshire, on June 9, 2010, while on his way to work.
The 35-year-old father-of-four was shot once in his driveway and again in the street in what police described as a targeted attack.
The gunman's motivation remains unknown and police have now re-released CCTV footage showing a man and a car that may be connected to the shooting in the hopes of finding new leads.
Detective chief inspector Raymond Brown said: "It has now been over seven years since Anthony's family were robbed of a loving father, partner and brother in the cruellest of circumstances.
"Today, Police Scotland remain determined as ever to bring those responsible to justice.
"I understand that there are concerns that those responsible have not yet been identified, however, the case has never closed."
Two men were arrested several months after the shooting but both were later released without charge.
The man and a green Vauxhall Vectra seen in the CCTV footage are believed to have been seen near Mr Wright's house on June 8 and 9, the day of the killing.
Police Scotland have set up a special phone line for anyone with any information about the murder, which can be reached on 07917 551 758.