Three teenage boys have been charged with offences related to public disorder following a disturbance in Inverness.
Police were called to the city’s High Street on the afternoon of Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24.
The three males – aged 15, 14 and 13-years-old – will be reported to the relevant authorities.
Further enquiries are ongoing to identify others involved in the incidents.
Inverness area commander Chief Inspector Colin Gough said: “We are continuing to carry out inquiries into this incident and I hope the public can take reassurance that we will thoroughly investigate anti-social behaviour reported to us.
“I would anticipate that further people will be identified as our enquiries progress and charges will be brought where evidence exists.
“Anti-social behaviour is unacceptable wherever and whenever it happens. It is especially disappointing to have young people involved in this type of behaviour which is highly disruptive for communities, visitors and businesses wanting to enjoy and remember our city centre for all the right reasons.
“I would also urge parents and guardians to check that they know where their children are, who they are associating with and what they are doing so as to ensure they remain safe when out and about and that they are not drawn in to incidents of anti-social behaviour or wider criminality.”
If you have information about this incident and have not yet spoken to police, call 101, using reference NN24558/17, or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.