Police Files, September 4 2020

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Dangerous dog

The owner of a dog which allegedly bit a man and a boy at 5pm on Saturday August 22, at the Sound of Kintyre, will be traced and charged.

Car damaged

Police are appealing for witnesses after the bodywork of a grey Dacia Sandero car was dented and scratched by another vehicle which failed to stop and report the collision sometime between noon on Thursday August 20 and 8pm on Sunday August 23, in Knockscalbert Way, Campbeltown.

Vehicle vandalised

Police are investigating and appealing for witnesses after the bodywork of a red Audi A3 car in Shore Street, Campbeltown, was deliberately scratched sometime between 7pm on Monday August 24 and 7pm on Tuesday August 25.

Sign damaged

A 61-year-old man kicked and damaged a sign at Main Street, Campbeltown, around 7.45am on Thursday August 27. He was later traced, charged and issued with a recorded police warning.

Handbag stolen

Police are investigating and appealing for witnesses after a handbag and its contents were stolen from an unlocked house in Davaar Avenue, Campbeltown, sometime between 6.50pm on Thursday August 27 and 8.40am on Friday August 28.

Abusive behaviour

A 39-year-old man was was charged and issued with a recorded police warning after behaving in an abusive manner in Southend at 2.30pm on Saturday August 29.

Break-in to caravan

A 27-year-old man was arrested and charged after breaking in to a caravan at Southend sometime between 2pm and 4pm on Saturday August 29.

Offensive weapons

A 60-year-old man was arrested and charged after allegedly behaving in an abusive manner and possessing offensive weapons in Southend at 1am on Sunday August 30.

Anyone with information on the above or any incident should phone police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.