A man has appeared in court for a second time in connection with an alleged raid on a cash machine.
Ellis Boyd, 26, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday facing charges linked to an alleged incident in which an ATM was damaged outside the Spar shop on Clifton Road, Aberdeen, on March 6.
He is accused of attempting to open a lockfast place with intent and that he caused an explosion likely to endanger life or property.
Boyd is also charged with housebreaking with intent to steal and fraudulently altering vehicle registration documents or number plates for the use of another person.
Boyd, whose general address was given as Liverpool, has also been charged with three counts of possessing controlled drugs.
Finally he is also charged with having a bladed or pointed article in a public place.
He made no plea and was remanded in custody while the case was continued.