People in Cumbria living with autism are being supported through a new scheme.
The Triple A Project aims to prevent them becoming involved in crime either as a victim or criminal.
Police are appealing for witnesses, after an autistic teenager was the victim of a road rage attack in Peebles.
The 16-year-old boy was crossing the High Street with his female friend, at around 12:15pm on Tuesday 16 June.
A blue Mazda 6 car stopped as they crossed, and the driver then left his vehicle and grabbed the victim, before verbally abusing him.
He then got back into his car and drove away.
He's described as white, between 40 and 50, 5ft 8ins tall, of medium build and with short dark hair.
Police Scotland want anyone with information to contact them on 101.
Nine-year-old Luke Marshall has astonished his drumming teacher with his ability to pick up complicated rhythms after hearing a song just once.
Luke from Dumfries has autism, a condition which leaves him struggling to cope with many simple tasks, but he has an exceptional talent for drumming.
A new centre offering support to people with autism has been opened in the Scottish Borders. The service, which is the first of its kind in the region, is based in Galashiels.
Kathryn Samson sent this report for ITV Border:
A new autism support service has opened in the Scottish Borders. It's the first of its kind in the area.
MSP Christine Grahame officially opened the centre which ill provide specialist care for those with autism in the Borders.
A new support service for those with autism has been launched in the Scottish Borders.
Autism Initiatives is the first service of its kind in the area and will offer specialist services.