Two men who damaged an ambulance in Derbyshire have been ordered to pay the cost of repairs.
It happened outside a pub in the High Peaks on New Year's Day.
Jae Liam Rodgers and Oliver Sammans pleaded guilty to committing criminal damage under £5,000 at Chesterfield Magistrates.
The pair were identified after CCTV footage of the incident was released.
The ambulance crew had been attending an emergency. When they returned to the vehicle, they noticed the rear doors had been forced open.
Both defendants were handed a 12-month conditional discharge, ordered to pay £99.67 compensation each to East Midlands Ambulance Service, £20 victim surcharge and £85 Crown Prosecution Costs.
- Footage from East Midlands Ambulance Service: