THREE teenagers will be reported following a series of vandal attacks in a Peeblesshire town, according to police.

The Innerleithen incidents saw damage caused to the Swap and Share Shed on two occasions, St Ronan’s Primary School and a community garden in late December.

A property on Morningside was also vandalised on January 2, say police.

Officers have now confirmed that two boys aged 14 and 16 years old, and a 14-year-old girl will be reported in connection to the offences through the Youth Justice Procedures.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Between December 27 and 28 damage was caused within the Swap and Share Shed within the Co-operative Car Park, Peebles Road, Innerleithen with foodstuffs being ruined as well as property damaged.

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“On December 31 at St. Ronan’s Primary School, Pirn Road, Innerleithen damage was caused to the nursery building as well as equipment used by the nursery.

“The Edible Garden, a local community resource, also sustained damage worth about £1,500.

“On January 2 at a property on Morningside, Innerleithen damage was caused to a property’s door and a plant pot.

“As a result of local police enquiries and assistance from the public, two males aged 14 and 16 and a female aged 14 will be reported for the offences through the Youth Justice Procedures.”

Meanwhile enquiries are continuing into further instances of vandalisms in Innerleithen from earlier in December, according to police.