Six people in court after lorries stolen and torched
The HGVs were filled with alcohol and furniture when they were taken on Monday.
Six people have appeared in court after two lorries were stolen and torched in Aberdeenshire.
The HGVs, which were filled with alcohol and furniture, were taken from a firm on Craigshaw Road in Aberdeen at midnight on Monday.
They were found ablaze in a layby on the A97 south of Huntly, Aberdeenshire, at around 5am.
Jordan Fenwick, 21, and Guy Bandeen, 23, both appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Thursday charged with theft.
John Stewart, 22, Alexander Henderson, 24, Scott Morrison, 31, and Jill Reid, 40, also appeared on charges of reset.
None of the six made any plea or declaration and were released on bail ahead of a future court appearance.
A 28-year-old man was reported to the procurator fiscal over the incident but was later released from custody.
A spokesman for the Crown Office said: "The accused was liberated from custody and did not appear in court. The case against him remains live and under consideration."