Two more men have been charged with the brutal murder of a Fraserburgh dad, taking the total number up to eight.
The pair, aged 24 and 52, are accused of acting along with six others before murdering Gary Clampett, a 39-year-old handyman.
Mr Clampett is understood to have suffered stab wounds during a large scale disturbance in Fernie Place in the early hours of Sunday, June 18.
Police and paramedics were called to the incident, but Mr Clampett died at the scene.
A police spokesman said: “We can confirm that a further two men have been charged in connection with the murder of Gary Clampett.
“The men are expected to appear at Peterhead Sheriff Court tomorrow.”
Mr Clampett is believed to have died following an alleged fight at a house.
Police were called to the area at about 4am after neighbours reported shouts, screams and bangs coming from the street. An ambulance crew was unable to save Mr Clampett at the scene.
A massive investigation was launched, with the cul-de-sac sealed off as forensics officers examined the area.
The team, clad in white body suits, boots, gloves and masks, could be seen going in and out of two properties.
Anyone with information about what happened at Fernie Place is asked to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.