The new series of Taggart, which hits the screen this coming weekend, has seen the STV building in Glasgow on the banks of the River Clyde wrapped in crime scene tape.
The large scale tape, specially made for the purpose, took four hours to erect around the building using a mobile tower. You can see how it was done in our picture gallery.
It is part of an unprecedented promotional campaign for the new series which reflects STV's commitment to the long-running TV series and to the idea that the city is as much the hero of the series as the familiar figures of DCI Burke, DI Ross and DS Reid.
Gill Petrie, marketing manager at STV, who has masterminded the campaign, "We've really pushed the boat out this time. It's great that Taggart is back and we wanted everyone to know about it."
The promotions can also be seen on outdoor sites and at railway stations as well as on the spectacular on-air trailer, showing the whole city wrapped in crime scene tape, which was launched last week.
With new writers, directors and a new producer, this will be the first series co-produced by STV with ITV. Previous episodes of Taggart have been made as a commission from ITV. This has given STV more input into the production and enabled the company to make some subtle changes to the format.
Blythe Duff, Alex Norton and John Michie return as DS Reid, DI Burke and DS Ross, and they will be joined by host of new stars and some new regular characters.
On September 30, a brand new Taggart website will be launched by stv.tv, featuring interviews with the stars and a host of new features. With the STV building looking like a crime scene, the tape will also be seen on buses and train srations across Scotland.