Three men who stole seven cars worth almost £40,000 had sentence deferred by Sheriff Alastair Brown.
Two of the men also admitted breaking into an office and stealing sets of car keys, while another accused admitted resetting one of the cars.
John McGrandle, 25, Stewart Burns, 33, and Damien Forbes, 31, stole the vehicles from Ancrum Autos, 2A Charleston Drive, on December 12 2016.
Kevin Chaplin, 31, a prisoner at Perth, reset one of the vehicles on the same day.
McGrandle and Burns, both prisoners at Perth, also admitted breaking into the garage and stealing a quantity of car keys.
Burns further admitted breaking into Size at 82 High Street, Dundee, and stealing a quantity of clothing on December 20 2016, and breaking into C+K Communications, 18 St Mary’s Place, St Andrews, on the same day and stealing a Macbook computer and keyboard, an MP4 and other items, while on bail.
Forbes, of Dunholm Road, also admitted that, while acting with others, he broke into business premises occupied by Moeez Tahir at 104 Strathmartine Road, and stole a quantity of electrical items on January 3.
Sentence was deferred until December 5.