Police have launched investigations after properties across Dundee were broken into over the weekend.
All of the incidents happened through Saturday night and into Sunday morning.
A black Hyundai ix35 car was stolen after thieves broke into a house in Upper Constitution Street. This incident happened sometime between 10.30pm and 8am. An Acer Laptop, a Samsung tablet and a mobile phone was also taken from the home.
A city church was also targeted. The hall at St Peter and Paul Church on Byron Street near the Hilltown was broken into. Thieves made off with a charity box containing a two-figure sum of money and a cash box. A bottle of wine was also taken.
A home in Aberlady Crescent in the Whitfield area was also raided. Items including an iPad tablet, a Dell Computer, a handbag and two mobile phones were taken. This break-in happened sometime between 7pm and 8.45am.
Meanwhile, a McCulloch lawnmower was amongst items taken from a shed on the Strathmartine Road. A power washer, a Wolf power drill and a Maplin cordless drill and shampoo bottles were also stolen.
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: “Anyone who has information that could assist officers with their enquiries into these crimes is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101. Information can also be provided to Crimestoppers anonymously by phoning 0800 555 111.
“Please ensure that your property is secured, that you report any suspicious activity to Police and look out for your neighbours.”