The incident took place on Saturday, September 14 at the Camelon Perk shop in the village’s Main Street.
Around 4.30pm a man entered the premises and threatened a member of staff before making off with a sum of money.
One year on they are hoping that new information may come to light following a renewed appeal and are urging people to help.
Officers believe the man in the CCTV footage may have information that can assist them. They are asking the public to look again and if they recognise the man to get in touch.
Officers believe that the male shown in the CCTV footage may have information that can assist them and would ask any members of the public that recognise him to get in contact.
The man is described as being white, around 6ft, clean shaven with a gaunt face, dark eyes and dark eyebrows.
He is shown in the footage wearing a thin black jacket and a black baseball cap.
Detective Constable Ciaran Payne from Forth Valley CID said: "This has been a frightening experience for the staff member, who fortunately was not hurt during the incident.
"I'm keen to speak to anyone who recognises the man in the footage or has any other detail they think might help us."
Anyone with information should call Police Scotland on 101 quoting reference 2807 of Saturday, September 14 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."