Police Files, May 6 2022

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Window smashed

Police are investigating after an outer pane of a double glazed window at New Parliament Place, Campbeltown, was smashed between 11.30pm on Tuesday April 26 and 7.30am on Wednesday April 27.

Man assaulted

A man was allegedly assaulted in Burnside Street, Campbeltown, between 10.30am and 10.55am on Thursday April 28 when another man attempted to hit him with a plastic object, resulting in an altercation on the ground.

Abusive behaviour

A man allegedly acted in a threatening and abusive manner towards another man by challenging him to a fight in Main Street, Campbeltown, at about 6.30pm on Thursday April 28.

Shoplifting

Police enquiries continue after two men allegedly entered the Co-op supermarket, Rieclachan, Longrow, Campbeltown, at about 9pm on Thursday April 28, and put items in shopping bags, before distracting staff and leaving the store without paying.

Drugs possession

A 19-year-old man was charged and issued with a recorded police warning after he was searched by police at Millknowe, Campbeltown, at about 5.30pm on Friday April 29, due to allegedly smelling strongly of cannabis; he was found to be in possession of a quantity of controlled drugs.

Drugs possession

A 31-year-old man was charged and issued with a recorded police warning after he was searched by police at Big Kiln Street, Campbeltown, at about 8pm on Friday April 29 due to allegedly smelling strongly of cannabis; he was found to be in possession of a quantity of controlled drugs.

Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information on the above or any incidents to phone 101 or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.