Two men have been charged in connection with a series of housebreakings in a north-east town.
The Cancer Research shop in Peterhead was broken into earlier this month, with donations taken and significant damage caused.
Two other premises in Love Lane and Ellis Street were also targeted.
Now police have confirmed that two men, aged 24 and 27, are to appear in court in connection with the incidents.
Detective Sergeant John Pirie said: “These incidents were even more shocking given that a charity shop was targeted.
“We remain committed to dealing with any and all reports of housebreakings and thefts in our communities.
“We will use all available options to us to detect crimes when they occur and ensure that those responsible face the consequences of their actions.
“Anyone who sees or hears any unusual or suspicious behaviour is asked to contact police on 101, ideally at the time it occurs.”