Four people have been arrested and a total of 14 warrants carried out as Police Scotland continues its crackdown on violent crime across the north-east.
Community Policing Teams supported by specialist officers were deployed yesterday in a day of action under Operation PINE.
It was the first day of a three-week operation which will focus on offenders and those wanted on outstanding apprehension warrants.
The activity focused on the north side of the Aberdeen including Seaton, Tillydrone, Kittybrewster, Northfield and Mastrick.
A total of four people were arrested for outstanding crimes including theft, road traffic offences and outstanding warrants.
Inspector Rob Sturton said: “This latest operation shows that we are committed to targeting crime and those who choose to flout the criminal justice system.
“Our message is clear this type of behaviour will not be tolerated. Those who fail to attend court or fail to pay fines will be dealt with and may have to appear before court again.”