A bus driver has been injured after a rock was thrown at a moving bus in Broughty Ferry.
The windscreen of the Stagecoach East Scotland vehicle was smashed during the incident near Orchar Park, on Monifieth Road, at about 10pm on Monday, February 17.
The bus driver on the 73 service was left with minor injuries caused by broken glass after the “large rock” was thrown at the window. No passengers were injured.
Police and paramedics were called to the scene following the incident.
Passengers were transferred from the affected bus to a replacement vehicle after the windscreen was smashed.
Officers are now attempting to trace those behind the act of vandalism.
Operations Director for Stagecoach East Scotland David Frenz said: “At around 10pm (on) Monday, February 17 one of our buses travelling on route 73 through Broughty Ferry was hit by an object thrown at the bus causing the windscreen to be broken.
“The driver sustained minor injuries and no passengers were injured.
“An ambulance and police were called and passengers were transferred to a replacement vehicle to continue their journey.
“We are continuing to assist the police with their investigation and ensuring our driver receives the support he needs.”
Sergeant Chris Grieve said: “This was a reckless act which could have had far more serious consequences.
“I would urge anyone with information or who may have witnessed the incident to let us know.
“You can call Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident 4088 of February 17, or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”