Two schoolboys have been arrested in connection with a huge fire at a Scots beauty spot.
A 13-year-old and 12-year-old were cautioned and charged after deliberate fires were set at Middleton Woods to the north of Dundee.
The incidents occurred between the 3rd and 17th of April sparking concern in the area.
The youngsters will be reported to the Youth Justice Assessor in due course as Police Scotland's investigation continues.
Parents are now being urged to check if their children smell of 'smoke or accelerant' and to make sure they 'know what they are doing'.
Police also warned that the dangers of starting fires 'cannot be overstated' as it puts people at 'significant risk.'
Sergeant Kate Forbes from Longhaugh Police Office said: “We have received a considerable response from the local communities across the north of the city following our appeals to them for assistance in dealing with these fires.
"We are continuing to investigate these, along with fires in other locations, with a view to potentially identifying others who were involved, and dealing with them appropriately.
“The dangers of fireraising cannot be overstated, with those responsible placing themselves and others at significant risk.
"We would continue to ask parents to be mindful of where your youngsters are going, who they are with, and what they are doing.
"If they are coming home smelling of smoke or accelerant, they are likely involved in this, and are at risk not just of prosecution, but of serious injury.”