“Mindless” vandals have been slammed for smashing up two bus shelters.
Glass has been shattered at the stops on Arklay Street between the Troll Inn and Shotz Snooker Hall.
A Dundee City Council spokesman said the local authority is aware of the matter.
One local resident blasted the culprits.
The man said: “I came home from work on Wednesday around 6pm and there definitely wasn’t any damage at that point.
“When I got up around 8am on Thursday I saw the shelter further up Arklay Street had been damaged.
“One of the main panes of glass was completely shattered and there were fragments of it all over the pavement and the road.
“Then I walked further down the street and the next bus stop I came to was the same – it was even the same pane.
“Again, there was glass everywhere including the road and pavement.
“I just think it’s mindless vandalism.
“It’s also very dangerous – if it’s been a brick or something used then often these shelters are quite robust so it could easily have bounced back.
“But it’s gone through the glass and obviously that’s very dangerous but flying glass could also blind someone.
“Plus there’s the added hazard for young children who might stand or trip up on the broken glass, and car tyres could be damaged.
“I’m guessing the buses first on the scene had to try to avoid the debris.
“Hopefully the council manages to get it cleaned up as soon as possible and I would like to think the police will try to catch those responsible.”
Councillor Lynne Short, whose Maryfield Ward includes Arklay Street, urged anyone with information about the damage to report it to Police Scotland.
Councillor Short said: “It’s such a shame that things like this happen. We have budgets at the city council, just like people have for their homes.
“When something unexpected happens like this priorities change and that means we have to review spends.
“If anyone has any information about this, or if you see this type of behaviour taking place elsewhere, I’d urge people to please call the police.”
A council spokesman said: “We are aware of this incident and the Rapid Response Team has been sent to clear it up.”