Two bouncers were assaulted outside a Motherwell pub on Sunday night.
The incident occurred near the Woodcutter Bar on Merry Street about 11.20pm.
The attack was carried out by three men in their late 20s. One was wearing a blue body warmer and the other two had black jackets.
No-one was seriously injured during the incident and police are reviewing CCTV footage from the area.
A pair of expensive Tag Heuer watches were stolen during a break-in to a property on Sommerville Place, Wishaw.
The incident took place on Saturday afternoon and witnesses have told police that a group of young men were acting suspiciously in the area around that time. Officers are hoping to identify these men who were accompanied by a small black and white dog.
A Cambusnethan resident received an unpleasant shock last week when a mindless vandal put a lit firework through the letter box.
Fortunately no-one was injured in the incident which occurred on Saturday evening about 5.30pm.
Vandals left a trail of devastation in their wake when they broke into a Motherwell primary school last week.
The incident at Cathedral Primary occurred during the early hours of Friday morning.
An inquiry is now underway .
During the evening and night of Monday, November 5, thieves dismantled a child’s play shed in St Catherine Crescent, Shotts, then stole part of it.
A Volkswagen Golf was stolen from Curlinghaugh Crescent in Wishaw overnight last Monday, November 5.
Two motorbikes were stolen when an outbuilding in Annan Glade, Motherwell, was broken into during the early hours of Sunday morning.
A variety of garden and barbeque items were stolen from a shed in Birrens Road, Motherwell, on Saturday between 3pm and 7pm.
The army training centre in Newmains was targeted by thieves last weekend.
Confectionery and a small amount of cash were stolen during the raid.
Anyone with information relating to any of these crimes should contact the applicable police office.
People can call Wishaw police on 01698 202600, Motherwell police on 01698 483000 and Shotts police on 01501 820506 or Crimestoppers.