A man has been charged and a motorbike seized by police in Aberdeen.
The man, in his 20s, was charged in relation to alleged road traffic offences in the city.
An orange KTM motorbike was also seized.
The man is expected to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today.
Inspector Jon Millar said: “Operation Armour, which was formerly known as Operation Trinity, is aimed at targeting individuals who cause a nuisance in their communities by riding motorcycles illegally or in a dangerous way.
“We rely on information from the public to help us tackle this issue.
“When you see motorbikes being misused and driven dangerously please report it to us.
“The more details you can supply the better, including any descriptions of the bikes, riders and location details.
“Also, if you know where the bikes are being stored, tell us.
“We are committed to detecting those responsible for driving motorbikes dangerously and improving the safety of our local communities.”