A trailer load of beer worth £150,000 has been stolen from a north-east brewery company.
The supplies, from Ellon-based BrewDog, were stolen from the Moto Lymm services in Cheshire on Tuesday.
The vehicle involved was a navy blue trailer which was not branded.
BrewDog said in a statement: “A BrewDog order was destined for our online shop distribution centre.
“It was a full truck load with 26 pallets of BrewDog beer.
“We are working with the Cheshire Police but would appreciate any leads.”
Cheshire Police said it received a report at 7:45am on Tuesday that a trailer had been stolen from the service station near Cliff Lane in Lymm.
BrewDog confirmed the value of the goods was in the region of £150,000.