Floral tributes laid to mark the centenary of the First World war have been destroyed by a group of youngsters on Paisley High Street.
After destroying the tributes they threw flowers and soil at two American tourists.
The tourists fled to a nearby guest house, Ashtree House and the police were called.
The incident happened at around 9.30pm on Wednesday.
After looking at CCTV from the High Street police were able to identify five of the group who took part in destroying the tribute.
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