Appeal for witnesses to Perth and Kinross crimes
Police are appealing for information after vandals damaged roof slates and guttering at a Perthshire school.
The incident took place between June 16 and 19, when a scarecrow was uprooted from a nursery garden at Comrie Primary School and placed on an outbuilding roof.
Elsewhere, graffiti was spray painted on a bike shelter and around the entrance of Stanley Primary School between June 17 and 18.
Meanwhile, a man indecently exposed himself to a woman on a public footpath between Almondbank and the North Inch, near to Inveralmond Industrial Estate, Perth, around 12.45pm on Monday.
Officers are trying to trace a man who smashed a window at Scotbet, Lower Mill Street, Blairgowrie, at around 2.30am on Saturday.
Thieves stole a quantity of power tools following a break-in at a building site on Nimmo Avenue, Perth, between Saturday and Sunday.
A whacker plate, a compressor and a generator were all stolen from a construction site near to Auld Bond Road, Perth, between June 23 and 26.
Vandals damaged a black Ford Focus which had been parked in Melville Street, Perth, between June 25 and 26, and a black Vauxhall Astra was also damaged around the same time.
Police are also looking for help after the theft of a black TCR Advance mountain bike from a garage in Abbey Road, Scone, between May 20 and June 7. Thieves stole a black and blue BMX bike from outside a property in Ashgrove Terrace, Rattray, overnight between Saturday and Sunday.
Anyone with information can call 101.