Police are appealing for information after an Aberdeen school was broken into twice.
Officers are asking the public to come forward after Abbotswell Primary School was broken into on two separate occasions.
The first incident happened around 2.15am on Sunday March 8.
The second happened around 9.30pm on Wednesday March 18.
Thieves made off with cash boxes containing £170 in total.
Constable Paul McEwen, from the Nigg Community Policing team, said: “We’re appealing for information about both incidents and asking anyone who saw any suspicious activity at the school around the time of the incidents to contact us. My colleagues and I will be conducting targeted patrols however we need the help of the public.”
Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting incident number 0501 of March 8 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.