Police are appealing for help after thieves stole quad bikes and alloy wheels worth tens of thousands of pounds in Aberdeenshire.
Police officers in Banff are investigating the theft of two Polaris Quad Bikes along with a number of alloy wheels stolen from the Crudie area of Aberdeenshire.
The bikes and wheels are believed to have been stolen around 10am on Wednesday 19 November and police are now appealing for witnesses.
A blue Polaris Phoenix 200 Quad Bike and a red Polaris Hawk 300CC Quad Bike were taken as well as a number of alloy wheels including those to fit a BMW X5, Audi Q5, Audi A4, Volkswagon Golf and Golf Sport.
Investigating Officer, PC Shonagh MacGregor said: “If anyone saw any suspicious activity in the area around the time of the incident, or have been offered alloy wheels for sale in the last few weeks please contact us on 101 with information.
“Although the theft has occurred in the Crudie area, this does not rule out the possibility of the items being offered for sale much further afield.
“If you have been offered any of these items for sale regardless of location please get in touch with Police Scotland.”