Two teenagers have been charged with causing £11,000 worth of damage to an Aberdeen hospital in a vandalism attack.
The boys, aged 14 and 16 and both from the city, have been charged in connection with an attack on Woodend Hospital on March 20, where roof slates were ripped up and windows were smashed.
The pair have also been charged in connection with vandalism to 10 vehicles in Langstracht last Saturday, and the 14-year-old has also been charged in connection with attempting to break-in to Muirfield Primary School in the Mastrick area last Friday.
They will be reported to the Youth Justice Management Unit (YJMU).
A Police Scotland Spokeswoman said: “Officers would like to thank the public for all information and assistance provided throughout these investigations.”