Nursery staff have expressed their disgust after seats at a north-east running track were discovered snapped, broken and left lying on the ground.
Police have charged a man in connection with the vandalism of a defibrillator in Fraserburgh.
Schools, community centres and other council buildings have been damaged and broken into thousands of times across the north and north-east in the last four years.
Four cars parked in Banchory have been vandalised.
Figures show that vandalism of public toilets in some areas of the north and north-east have cost councils a small fortune over the last five years.
Police are appealing for information after public toilets were vandalised in Thurso. The damage at the Riverside Road facilities is being treated as “an ongoing issue.” Anyone with information that can aid inquiries is asked to contact police by calling 101.
Police in Tain have launched an appeal for information after an act of vandalism was reported over the course of the weekend.
Vandals have slashed the tyres of a brand new charity Dial-a-bus which was taking a group of elderly people from Banffshire to the Aberdeen to do their Christmas shopping.
Police are hunting a gang of vandals who trashed a north-east community's Christmas tree.
Shocked residents have hit out after Aberdeen’s nativity scene fell victim to an “appalling” attack just hours after the blessing ceremony.
Lossiemouth Community Council members have expressed their disgust at the recent vandalism of a Tommy silhouette at the war memorial site.
Police in Skye are appealing for information following vandalism to a van in Portree. The vehicle was at Rathad Na h’airigh when two windows were smashed around 6pm on Friday. Individuals with any information are being encouraged to call the police on 101 or anonymously on Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
Police have arrested a teenager after an Elgin war memorial was vandalised last month.
Vandals caused around £20,000 of damage to cars in a Moray town last night.
Police are following positive lines of inquiry after graffiti was scrawled on a north-east sports facility.
Buckie and District Community council has launched a social media appeal for the public to report sightings of vandalism of the town’s public toilets.
Moray Council announced yesterday that the damage to the Tommy silhouette had been repaired by their blacksmith.
A Moray sculpture commemorating those who lost their lives serving their country has been vandalised for the second time in a fortnight.
Moray police are investigating a vandalism incident at the picturesque Elgin Cathedral.
Police in Moray are investigating after Elgin Cathedral was vandalised.
Police are appealing for information after a north-east pharmacy was broken into.
The charity behind Inverness's skate park has launched a fundraising drive after the attraction was damaged by fire.
One of Aberdeen’s oldest places of worship has been targeted by thieves.
‘My question to those responsible would simply be why did you do it?’: Family devastated after vandals target classic vehicles in late night rampage
A vintage vehicle enthusiast has told of his family's horror after waking to find vandals had caused thousands of pounds of damage to his collection during a late night rampage.
Police in Shetland are appealing for information after the war memorial in Lerwick was vandalised.
Staff devastated after north-east pre-school targeted for fifth time in a year by ‘nasty and spiteful’ vandals
Devastated staff at an Aberdeen pre-school have spoken out in the wake of repeated attacks by “nasty and spiteful” vandals.
A beloved north-east outdoor pool has been repeatedly targeted by vandals in recent weeks.
Search for thieves who staged night-time raid and stole hundreds of pounds from north-east sweet shop
A north-east sweet shop owner has been left counting the cost after her business was broken into and trashed by vandals.
Vandals cause confusion by sticking ‘unisex’ signs to Stonehaven toilets during spree of destruction
Vandals caused chaos and confusion at a public toilet by sticking "unisex" signs to doors during a spree of destruction.
Two men aged 20 and 19 have been charged in connection with the vandalisms to the courthouse tower at Nairn and in the town's harbour area.
Police have launched an investigation after a nursery in Aberdeen was repeatedly vandalised.
Police are carrying out “highly visible patrols” in a Wick town following a spate of anti-social crimes – including an alleged fire-raising incident and acts of vandalism.