Thieves broke into homes, stole a car and wrecked a motorcycle during an overnight crime spree in an Angus town.
Police are investigating a string of thefts in Carnoustie which took place from Wednesday night into Thursday.
All of the incidents are believed to be linked.
In one of the incidents the culprits took a motorcycle from a driveway in Collier Street. It was found nearby with £1000 worth of damage.
During another theft on the nigh, a grey Volkswagen Polo – with the registration SP68 ZMU – was taken from a home on Burnside Street.
A TV, iPad, bank cards and cash were also taken from the property.
Items were also stolen from a Dacia Sandero parked on Burnside Street.
Also in Collier Street, an iPhone charger was taken from a Vauxhall Insignia; while items were stolen from a Mini which was broken into on Terrace Road.
Elsewhere two men were filmed on CCTV entering a home on Bonella Street before stealing a smart meter and three jackets.
One is descried as having short, dark hair and wearing dark trainers. The second man had a hood drawn over his face and was wearing white shoes.
Both were wearing light coloured jackets and trousers.
A statement from Tayside Police Division reads: “While we cannot say for absolutely certain that these crimes are linked, the locations, type of crimes and timescale suggests that there is a good likelihood that at least some of them are.
“Some of the above crimes were opportunist ones, so please ensure that your homes and vehicles are fully locked and secured overnight.
“If you have any information that could assist our enquiries, please call 101 or speak with any police officer.
“Also, information can be given anonymously through CrimeStoppers on 0/800 555 111. Our reference is incident 0757 of May 21.”