Police Files, December 24 2021

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Defective tyres

A 27-year-old man was charged after the vehicle he was driving was stopped by police at Killean, near Tayinloan, at 10.15am on Wednesday December 8, and all four tyres were allegedly found to be defective. A number plate offence was also allegedly identified.

Vehicle offences

A 19-year-old man was charged after routine checks on the vehicle he was driving on Tomaig Road, Campbeltown, at 9pm on Friday December 10, revealed it allegedly did not have a valid MOT test certificate in place. Two defective tyres were also reported.

Door vandalised

A front door was damaged in Burnside Street, Campbeltown, between 8.15am and 6pm on Monday December 13.

Failure to stop

Between 7am and 7.30am on Tuesday December 14 on the A83 between Campbeltown and Tarbert, a vehicle struck another vehicle on a roundabout, causing damage, and failed to stop and provide details.

ISLAY

Car damaged

Between 10.30am and 1am on Saturday December 11 at Bridgend Auction Mart, Islay, a vehicle  struck an unattended parked car, causing damage, and the driver reportedly made off without attempting to exchange details.

Office theft

Entry was forced to a locked office space at Ramsay Memorial Hall, Islay, and printer ink and invoices were stolen between 5pm on Friday December 10 and 9am on Monday December 13.

Car vandalised

An unattended parked car at Cnoc-Na-Faire, Port Ellen, Islay, was vandalised at 1am on Saturday December 11.

Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information on the above or any incidents to phone 101 or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.