PO­LICE FILES

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Cairn­dow col­li­sion

Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing af­ter a red Vaux­hall Corsa was dam­aged by hav­ing the front near­side wing struck by an­other ve­hi­cle be­tween 1pm and 2pm on Sun­day Septem­ber 13 at the Loch Fyne Oys­ter Bar, near Cairn­dow. The other ve­hi­cle failed to stop and re­port the col­li­sion.

Ta­cho­graph of­fence

At around 8.15am on Thurs­day Septem­ber 16 on the A83 near In­ver­aray, road polic­ing of­fi­cers stopped a lorry for a rou­tine ta­cho­graph check. The 52-year-old man driv­ing the lorry was sub­se­quently charged with al­legedly driv­ing the lorry on a num­ber of dates with­out tak­ing suf­fi­cient rest pe­ri­ods. A re­port will be sub­mit­ted to the procu­ra­tor fis­cal.

Driv­ing while us­ing mo­bile phone A 27-year-old woman has been charged af­ter al­legedly driv­ing while us­ing a mo­bile phone. Po­lice stopped her car on the A816, Kil­martin at about 3.45pm on Fri­day Septem­ber 18.

A re­port will be sub­mit­ted to the procu­ra­tor fis­cal.

Dis­or­derly be­hav­iour

On Thurs­day Septem­ber 17 at about 10.30pm at Marine Bistro, Har­bour Street in Tar­bert, two men al­legedly acted in a dis­or­derly man­ner.

As­sault on A83

A 42-year-old man was cau­tioned and charged by po­lice and a re­port is to be sent to the procu­ra­tor fis­cal af­ter he al­legedly as­saulted an­other man at about 11am on Sun­day Septem­ber 20 on the A83 at Lochgair.

Bank tele­phone scam warn­ing

Po­lice Scot­land has been made aware that some mem­bers of the public have re­cently re­ceived tele­phone calls from peo­ple claim­ing to rep­re­sent their bank and at­tempt­ing to ob­tain bank­ing de­tails over the phone.

Po­lice would like to re­mind the public never to give out such in­for­ma­tion over the phone and al­ways check any such call is gen­uine by call­ing their bank them­selves.

Al­ways make sure you hear a clear di­alling tone be­fore call­ing your bank in case a fraud­u­lent caller has kept the line open.

Po­lice also sug­gest call­ing a friend first to con­firm the call is not an­swered by the fraud­u­lent caller.

If any mem­ber of the public has in­for­ma­tion in re­la­tion to any of these in­ci­dent, they can con­tact their lo­cal Po­lice Sta­tion on tele­phone num­ber 101, or anony­mously through Crimestop­pers on 0800 555 111.

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