A man has appeared in court after tools worth more than £1,000 were allegedly stolen in Aberdeen.
The high-value equipment, along with other items, were taken from the Westburn Road area of the city between October 6-8.
Paul Urquhart, 42, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday in a private hearing,
He was charged with housebreaking and theft by housebreaking.
He also faced charges of assaulting or impeding police and possession of drugs.
Urquhart, whose general address was given as Aberdeen, made no plea during the hearing and the case was committed for further examination.
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Urquhart was remanded in custody pending the next hearing of the case.
He was expected to appear again within the next week.