A man has been charged in connection with the alleged racially-motivated vandalism of a Dundee public art exhibition.
The posters, featuring black Scots wearing face masks, were damaged at Slessor Gardens at the start of October.
The 34-year-old man has now been reported to the Procurator Fiscal, who will decide whether he will be prosecuted.
Inspector Martin Jenkins, of Maryfield Police Station in Dundee, said: “Whilst incidents of this type are rare, we will not tolerate any racially motivated crime in the Tayside area.
“My message to everyone, whether they have been a victim of this sort of behaviour or witnessed it, is to please report it to us.
“We will take all reports seriously and will thoroughly investigate all instances of this nature to ensure offenders are brought to justice.”
Horrified members of the public have donated hundreds of pounds to the Black Lives Matter Heritage Trail since artist Sekai Machache’s work was damaged.
John Alexander, Dundee City Council leader, said: “I am impressed by the reaction of the people of Dundee who immediately donated to a fundraising campaign to replace the posters at Slessor Gardens.
“The artist also described the support she received as overwhelming.
“I am grateful to Police Scotland for their work on this matter.”
Anyone who wishes to report a crime is asked to speak to Police Scotland via 101, or 999 in an emergency.
Alternatively, the charity Crimestoppers can also be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.