A man has appeared in court for the second time facing charges in connection with a disturbance at a north-east shopping centre.
Liam Forsyth appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court in relation to an incident at the St Giles Centre in Elgin on May 23.
Emergency services were called to the incident at the St Giles Centre at about 7pm.
Police and the ambulance service were spotted on-scene, with numerous emergency service vehicles at the entrance to St Giles car park.
Forsyth previously appeared in court last week over the matter.
The 28-year-old, whose general address was given as Elgin, is charged with having a blade in a public place.
He is further accused of two counts of assault and behaving in a threatening or abusive manner.
And Forsyth is also facing a charge of assaulting police.
Forsyth made no plea during the hearing.
The case against him was fully committed for trial and he was remanded in custody.
No further dates have been set for future appearances.