Police are appealing for information after strimmers, lawn mowers and a chainsaw was stolen in the north-east.
The theft occurred between 3.00pm on Monday and 6.45am yesterday from a shed at a rural property in the Tillery area, near Udny.
Among the items taken were a ride on lawn mower, two strimmers, two lawn mowers, a chain saw and general tools. The combined value of the items taken are estimated to be valued at around £10,000.
Investigation officer PC Chantelle Munoz said: “It is likely that a vehicle was used to transport the items from the property. If anyone was driving in the area of Tillery at Udny and noticed anything unusual then I would ask for them to get in touch.
“Similarly if you’ve been offered cheap tools or gardening equipment for sale please let us know.
“I would remind rural property owners to be vigilant for potential thieves of high value items and to keep all items securely and if you hear or see anything suspicious call 101.
“Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Police Scotland on 101 quoting reference 0671 of 7 August.”