A man has been charged in connection with an alleged £10,000 Forfar car tyre slashing spree.
The arrest of the 26-year-old follows an inquiry into an incident last month which saw dozens of vehicles damaged across a large area just off the town centre.
The May 8 vandalism involved more than 30 cars in the vicinity of the Greens car park, Green Street, Queen Street, Goosecroft, Bell Place and Wellbraehead.
Some owners discovered all four tyres on their vehicle had been punctured.
The estimated total bill for the damage was put at five figures.
At the time local councillors described the incident as “mindless vandalism.”
One victim faced a bill for hundreds of pounds after all the tyres on her car were targeted, just a few days after her boyfriend escaped serious injury in a town crash in which his vehicle was written off.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “A 26-year-old man has been charged in connection with a series of vandalisms to cars in the Forfar area on Friday May 8.”
It is not known at this stage when the man is due to appear in court.