More Aberdeen residents are being caught without TV licences, new figures show.
Enforcement statistics show 96 Aberdeen residents were prosecuted in 2017/18 compared with 55 in 2016/17.
The figure fell from 20 to 14 in Aberdeenshire and from eight to five in Moray.
It rose from 54 to 63 in Angus.
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All those caught across the two-year period paid a fine of up to £1,000 and none went to court.
A TV Licensing spokesman said: “We enforce the law in Scotland by taking a statement from those who evade.
“The Procurator Fiscal decides how cases are dealt with.”