A man has appeared in court accused of a string of thefts from vehicles across Aberdeen.
Joseph Bissett, 40, denied all 14 charges against him when he appeared from custody at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
He is alleged to have stolen cash and property worth more than £1,000 from vehicles in Kincorth, Ferryhill, Bridge of Don and Torry.
Bissett is facing 10 charges accusing him of forcing open locked vehicles and stealing cash and other items.
He is also accused of four counts of breaking into locked vehicles with intent to steal.
The alleged offences are said to have taken place between October 12 or 13 last year and January 24 or 25 this year.
Defence agent for Bissett, John Hardie entered not guilty pleas on behalf of his client.
Sheriff Colin Dunipace told Bissett, whose address was given in court papers as Burnbank Terrace, Aberdeen, he would be released on bail. He will return to court for a pre-trial hearing in March with a trial date fixed for the following month.