Police thanked the vast majority of people attending the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival for helping make this year’s event an overwhelmingly positive experience.
In a statement it said there were very low levels of offences, and confirmed attending to 21 drugs offences, five incidents of alcohol related disorder, five thefts and one unauthorised use of a drone.
Officers said they would be on site until the conclusion of the event to make sure that “people are able to enjoy the end of the festival and get home safely.”
Police Scotland event commander Chief Inspector Mairi Macinnes said: “We were very pleased to support the organisers of Belladrum once again to deliver a safe and friendly festival.
“I would like to pass on our thanks to the vast majority of the public who helped make the event memorable for all the right reasons.
“There were low levels of crime recorded which did not disrupt the running of the festival and hopefully did not detract from the enjoyment of anybody else.
“Once again I would thank the vast majority of the crowd for their co-operation – I hope you have had a good weekend and have a safe journey home.
“Please bear in mind that we will be running a proactive drink driving operation on Sunday morning.
“Take responsibility yourself if you know you will be driving in the morning and make sure you are not over the limit by the time you get behind the wheel.”