Car ploughs into parked caravan in Edinburgh garden
A teenage boy has been detained after a car ploughed into a caravan in an Edinburgh garden.
Police said they were called following reports of the car being driven erratically on Groathill Road North at about 08:10.
The car, believed to be a Mercedes, then crashed into a caravan in a garden on the same road.
The police helicopter was called in to search for two other people who were in the car.
No-one was in the caravan when the car crashed into it.
The car has now been removed from the scene.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: "Police in Edinburgh responded to a report of a car driving erratically on Groathill Road North around 8.10am on Wednesday 14 September.
"The vehicle was subsequently involved in a collision with a stationary caravan on Groathill Road North.
"Inquiries are on going to trace the two outstanding suspects
"The search activity is being supported by colleagues in the air support unit."