Vandals have targeted Rangers owner Craig Whyte's Highland castle.
The walls of the 14th century fortress at Grantown on Spey were daubed in graffiti with the words "Celic 1888. We shall not be moved".
On Tuesday the castle caretaker could be seen trying to remove the messy graffiti, thought to have been sprayed overnight.
Northern Constabulary are not investigating the vandalism, which has not been officially reported to police.
A spokesman said: "No one from the property has reported the damage, so there is no inquiry ongoing."
The Rangers owner is thought to be holed up at the Highland castle as problems continue to pile up for his crisis-hit club which is in the process of administration.
Whyte bought the Highland castle in 2006 and spent £5m in a two-year restoration project.
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