Police are appealing for information after a coach carrying football fans was vandalised in Aberdeen last night.
The incident happened while the bus was driving westbound on Hutcheon Street near Mounthooly roundabout around 10pm.
Local Area Commander Chief Inspector Martin Mackay said: “Inquiries are ongoing to trace a group of three males, described as ‘youths’, who were seen in the area at the time. They were last seen heading in the Gallowgate direction and one was wearing a white jacket.
“An object was thrown at the vehicle causing damage to a window. What is more concerning is the fact the coach was moving at the time – such a reckless act put everyone on the bus in danger aswell as pedestrians, and it goes without saying that the outcome could have been much worse.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police on 101 quoting ref. no 4390 of May 8, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 if you would prefer to remain anonymous.
He added: “Given the general good behaviour of the crowd last night, this incident is particularly disappointing.
“However I would like to thank the overwhelming majority of fans who supported our officers and club stewards in helping get everyone get in and out of the stadium, and city, safely.”