One of Inverness’s best loved venues has been attacked by vandals.
The Northern Meeting Park suffered substantial damage in the incidents.
It is understood that a changing room was broken into, causing damage to a door.
The ceiling of the room was also vandalised, along with a railing in the grandstand.
There was also graffiti on the Ardross Street building.
Police have increased their patrols in the area and are appealing for people who have seen any suspicious behaviour in the area to contact them on 101.
It is thought the attacks took place between October 20 and Monday November 24.
A spokesman for High Life Highland, which runs the facility, said that it was “disappointing” but declined to comment further.
The Northern Meeting Park, which was opened 150 years ago, has hosted a number of high profile over the past few years, including Inverness Highland Games and the annual Red Hot Highland Fling at Hogmanay.
There have also been concerts by Boyzone and Simple Minds.