A man has been charged after two pine cone sculptures were stolen in Glasgow.
At about 12.45am on Monday, December 13, police received a report that two cast bronze structures, about two feet in height, had been stolen from McNeil Gardens in the Gorbals.
A 39-year-old man has now been arrested and charged in connection with theft and road traffic offences.
He is due to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Monday.
The sculptures, covered in copper casing, were installed by New Gorbals Housing Association in 1998 and created by Gorbals Art Project and artists Cathy Keay and Liz Peden.
They were originally made by Edinburgh firm Powderhall Bronze in Granton, founded in 1989.