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Police are investigating after a vehicle was damaged when objects were thrown at it as it was being driven in Longrow, Campbeltown, at about 4pm on Friday March 12.
At about 12.30pm on Tuesday March 30 at Castlehill, Campbeltown, two men, aged 35 and 42, allegedly behaved in an abusive manner towards members of the public.
Police are investigating after Kilchrist Castle, near Campbeltown, was broken into and tools, including an electric power saw, a saw table and a 24v transformer, were stolen sometime between midnight on Friday April 2 and 9.30am on Saturday April 3.
The passenger side bodywork of a vehicle parked at Campbeltown Ferry Terminal was scratched between 4pm and 4.45pm on Friday April 2.
A blue car travelling north on the A83 near the entrance to Auchaleek Farm, Campbeltown, at about 2.05pm on Thursday April 1 was allegedly seen to be driven in a dangerous manner while overtaking a heavy goods vehicle, causing a cyclist to take evasive action and fall from their bike into a grass verge. The cyclist was uninjured.
Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information on the above or any incident to phone 101 or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.