Police are on the hunt for yobs after windows at a Dundee home were smashed twice.
The first attack on the property in Invercraig Place happened on New Year’s Day.
The second incident occurred days later at the Charleston property on Saturday January 6. Windows at the front of the property were done in on both occasions.
Police have now appealed for information in regards to the incidents and urged any witnesses to come forward.
Officers have branded the attacks “nasty and reckless”.
A statement from the force read: “Vandalism harms communities and people. Such crimes are not simply about property damage as they can have a harmful emotional and even physical effect on those individuals whose property is damaged. And then there is the financial cost to the property owner.
“Those responsible for these nasty and reckless actions should ask themselves how they would feel if their property, or that of their family.
“Anyone with any information that may be useful should contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting CR/449/18 and CR/450/18 or speak to any police officer. Alternatively information can be passed anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”