A community leader today said vandals who trashed a nativity scene less than 24 hours after it was unveiled may be forgiven by God – but not by the city’s residents.
Police are appealing for information after vandals smashed the windscreen of a vehicle parked at a north-east supermarket. The vandalism of the Range Rover happened between 11am and 12am yesterday while it was parked at Asda on Muirend Road, Portlethen. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call 101, quoting CF0300581119.
Signs warning the public to take care when visiting a north-east beach have been trashed by vandals.
Volunteers from a city football club have appealed for help after vandals struck.
Police are investigating after vandals targeted Aberdeen buses.
Bosses at an Aberdeen pre-school have told of their sadness after vandals targeted their facility just days before the start of the new term.
Since opening in July, it has been targeted for the third time.
Vandals have been slammed for setting a banner at a school on fire in a “senseless and nasty” act.
Street artists have been praised for helping to create a “growing sense of civic pride” after it emerged that reports of graffiti incidents in Aberdeen had dropped significantly over the past two years.
Yobs vandalised 13 north-east schools in the Easter holidays, new figures show.
A dolls house, which had been gifted to the school, was damaged, planters overturned and toys thrown onto the roof of the building.
Yobs have smashed up north-east public toilets, sparking a police appeal for help.
A former Aberdeen school has been “extensively damaged”, according to police.
Street art that was installed at a newly refurbished city skate park has been vandalised.
An Aberdeen businessman has put up a reward for information after his car was vandalised by yobs.
Vandals have damaged a car in Aberdeen, prompting a police probe.
A north-east couple have expressed their shock after “gutless” vandals wrecked £2,500 railings within two days of them being put up.
Police are appealing for witnesses after vandals damaged a number of vehicles in a north-east town.
One of the world’s most iconic circuses has hit out at people who are vandalising its promotional posters by falsely claiming upcoming north-east shows have been cancelled.
An Aberdeen skatepark once hit by yobs has been given a new lease of life – and those behind the makeover hope they have found the secret to stopping further vandal attacks.
“Mindless” yobs who smeared paint on equipment at two Aberdeen play parks have cost taxpayers £1,000 in repair costs.
Hundreds of pounds of damage has been done by vandals to eight cars in a north-east village.
A north-east gardening group has hit out after vandals destroyed flower displays it planned to use in a competition.
An Aberdeen councillor has warned that repeated fireraising at a derelict building will “end up killing somebody”.
Police are appealing for information after a coach carrying football fans was vandalised in Aberdeen last night.
A key meeting is set to take place tomorrow to resolve the future of a once-treasured Aberdeen landmark.
More than £150,000 of repairs have been carried out on police cars over the past year, with some damage caused by vandals.
Children at an after-school club have been left “upset” after thieves targeted their sheds – causing £2,500 of damage.
A probe has been launched after vehicles were targeted by vandals in an Aberdeen car park.
Police are appealing for information after vandals targeted a grave at a North-east cemetery.