Tayside Police are seeking witnesses to an unusual car crash on Saturday, January 22, at Brechin High School.
At about 12 noon, when the swimming club was in operation, an unattended red Ford Fiesta motor car ran down the car park and crashed into a tree.
If you saw the car rolling or saw it striking the tree, please contact Brechin Police Office.
Between 7.50 am and 5.25 pm on Monday, January 17, person(s) unknown approached a secure and secluded Farm Cottage in Edzell.
One of the wooden panels in the front door was kicked in and damaged, persons responsible then climbed through the damaged panel and entered the property.
Various items of property were taken, including several items of jewellery and electrical goods, namely a flat screen television and a Wii console and accessories.
Between 8 pm on Saturday, January 22 and 11.30 am on Sunday, January 23, a number of items, including an electric planer, a strimmer and a cordless power drill were stolen from an outhouse at the end of Montrose Street, Brechin.
The items stolen have been recovered from a garden in the same street but police are anxious to trace anyone with any information or anyone who may have seen persons with the items.
About five to midnight on Saturday, January 22, the living room window of a first floor flat in Nursery Park was smashed with a bottle.
Between 11 pm and midnight on Saturday, January 22, two panes of a ground floor flat window in Montrose Street, Brechin were smashed with an unknown object.
About 1.20 am on Saturday, January 22, a window near to the Trolley bay at the Co-Operative Store, Trinity Road, Brechin was smashed by someone throwing a Grolsch lager bottle at it which activated the store alarm.
Police are trying to trace three persons seen nearby. One was wearing a light blue hooded top and jeans, another in a dark hooded top and jeans and the third in a grey and black hooped hooded top and jeans.
Any witnesses or anyone with any information regarding any of the above matters are urged to contact Tayside Police on 0300 111 222 or Anonymously to Crimestoppers Freephone number on 0800 555 111.