Police are appealing for witnesses following the theft of a quad bike and tools from a rural property.
Sometime between 11pm on Wednesday and 7am on Thursday a green Gammies quad was stolen from a shed in the Countesswells Road area of Aberdeen.
Along with the quad, a selection of hand and power tools was also taken.
Police Scotland said the items are worth “a high, four-figure sum”.
DC Philip Dyce said: “If anyone noticed any unusual activity on Wednesday night, or indeed prior to Wednesday night, in the Countesswells Road area, I would ask that they get in touch.
“Also, if anyone has seen the quad bike since it was taken or notices a similar item being offered for sale anywhere, I would ask them to get in touch.”
Earlier in the week, a selection of gardening tools, worth more than £10,000, was stolen near Udny.