A businessman who sexually abused two young girls over a 13-year period has been jailed for more than a decade.
One of the girls was only 11 years old when Alistair Bowie began attacking her at an address in Keith.
The other child was 14 years old when she was raped at a different property in the Moray town.
The 44-year-old was jailed for 11 years at the High Court in Edinburgh on Monday.
He was convicted of eight charges of abuse against the children, including two counts of rape, at the High Court in Inverness last month.
The charges against Bowie, of Coachford, Cairnie, Aberdeenshire, included five counts of lewd, indecent and libidinous behaviour towards the girls and one of assault.
One girl told the court how she was sexually molested in a car on various occasions over a two-year period.
The judge Lord Stewart also made an order extending Bowie's licence conditions for three years after the end of his prison sentence.