Three men have been found guilty of blowing up cash machines around the North-east and stealing more than £130,000.
Robin Vaughan, 43, Joseph McHale, 38, and Kevin Schruyers, 42, blew up ATMs in Aberdeen, New Deer, Stonehaven, Inverurie and Ellon between August and November 2013.
At the High Court in Glasgow McHale and Schruyers were convicted of blowing up an ATM at the Royal Bank of Scotland in New Deer on September 18, 2013, and stealing £21,020.
They were also found guilty of blowing up the cash machine at Scotmid Co-operative in North Deeside Road, Aberdeen, on September 19, and stealing £112,000.
The pair were also convicted of blowing up four ATMs in Ellon, Stonehaven, Inverurie and Aberdeen and attempting to steal from them and stealing a quantity of clothing, golf equipment and money from the golf professional shop at the Paul Lawrie Centre in Aberdeen.
The duo were also found guilty of attempting to break into a cash machine in Mintlaw by using a crowbar.
Vaughan admitted blowing up an ATM in New Deer on September 18, 2013, and stealing £21,020 and another in North Deeside Road, Aberdeen, on September 19, and stealing £112,000.
He also admitted he tried to force open an ATM in Mintlaw using a crowbar.
Lady Scott deferred sentence on all three men, who are from Liverpool, until next month at the High Court in Livingston.
They were remanded in custody until then.