Three paintings have been stolen from a public convenience in Angus.
The theft took place at the toilet block in East Haven, by Carnoustie, which is looked after by the East Haven Together charity.
Members of the group believe the paintings were taken when wet weather meant the area was quieter than usual.
The charity took over the maintenance of the toilets in 2015 – the same year the group was formed.
As well as keeping the loos clean, volunteers place flowers and provide towels and hand soap.
The paintings displayed on the walls are also available to buy for a small fee.
The stolen paintings, featuring thistles, tulips and one of Loch Stack in the Highlands, were painted by people in the community.
Wendy Murray, trustee for the charity, said: “This is the first time we have had any theft.
“We are angry that somebody has decided to take them.
“It’s quite a significant loss and is just not acceptable.
“We found the paintings were missing on Wednesday and think it happened on Tuesday.
“I have a feeling that somebody must know who did this. A couple of the paintings were quite big.
“If anybody does know anything about it then they should let us know or the police.”
Wendy said she painted two of the stolen paintings and the third was created by a member of the Heritage and Garden group.
She said: “It does feel a bit of a loss. To feel that somebody took it, and you don’t really know what has happened to it, is not nice.”
“It is a concern, and financially it’s quite a loss – the cost of materials is around £100.
“However, we are not going to let one individual spoil things for the rest. The great majority of the public support the work that we do.”
A spokesman for Angus Council said: “We are sad to hear that someone would stoop to this.
“East Haven Together has done, and continues to do, a terrific job with the village’s award-winning toilet facilities.
“If you have any information that could get these paintings returned, or know who was responsible, then please let East Haven Together know, or contact the police.”
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “We are aware of the incident and will be making relevant inquiries.”