Men in court over Aberdeen Jessops raid
Three men have appeared in court in connection with a raid on a Jessops camera shop in the centre of Aberdeen in which tens of thousands of pounds of equipment was stolen.
Thomas Day, 39, from Liverpool, appeared at the city's sheriff court charged with theft by housebreaking.
He made no plea and no declaration and was released on bail.
On Tuesday another man from Liverpool, 37-year-old John Davies, also appeared in connection with the incident.
He and his co-accused John Murphy, 31, from Aberdeen, also made no plea and no declaration to the theft by housebreaking charge and were released on bail.
All three men are to appear in court again at a later date.