A top worn by a Coronation Street star and a signed Arsenal football strip are among pieces of memorabilia destined for a charity auction which have been stolen in Aberdeenshire.
They were being stored in a house before being auctioned for a variety of charity groups, said Grampian Police.
The items taken include a 1996-7 Arsenal football strip signed by the team at the time and a top worn by actress Jenny McAlpine during an episode of Coronation Street.
A Valhalla Golf flag signed by the Ryder Cup team, a book signed by professional golfer Peter Alliss and a limited edition watercolour painting of Cruden Bay were also stolen.
Police are appealing for information about the theft which happened between June 13 and July 4 at a house in Rattray Road, Peterhead.
Detective Constable Kevin MacDonald said: "This is a shameful theft of items which were aimed at raising money for charity. These are clearly very distinctive items, so it's possible someone may have seen them either in someone's home or for sale somewhere.
"We are appealing for the community's assistance in identifying those responsible and I would urge anyone who may have any information at all about this incident to contact us as soon as possible. If you wish to do that anonymously, that can be done through the independent charity Crimestoppers."
In a separate incident, a large garden-ornament statue of Oor Wullie was stolen from outside a sheltered housing complex in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. The sculpture of the comic strip character was taken from the garden of a property in Davah Court between 8am on Saturday and 10am on Sunday.
Police Constable Alex Ritchie said: "The item taken is quite distinctive, of considerable size and has been removed from a garden in a sheltered housing complex. It was of much sentimental value to the owner who is quite upset and would unfortunately be very difficult to replace.
"Had anyone been seen in possession of this item, I'm sure it would stick in the memory."