En­quiries con­tinue af­ter bike is taken

The Oban Times - - News -

A BIKE stolen from Mor­ri­son’s su­per­mar­ket, Fort Wil­liam, has been re­turned to its owner.

Po­lice re­cov­ered the bi­cy­cle af­ter it was taken from out­side the shop on Septem­ber 9, but en­quiries con­tinue to iden­tify two sus­pects.

A spokesman said: ‘ Two males were seen on Fort Wil­liam High Street rid­ing in tan­dem and caus­ing a gen­eral nui­sance on the stolen bi­cy­cle be­tween 11.05pm and 11.10pm on 9 Septem­ber.

‘If you were in the area at the time or saw any­thing in re­gards to this, and are able to iden­tify these men please call Fort Wil­liam po­lice.’

Good causes bag Co-op cash boost

GOOD causes in the West High­lands are set to bag fund­ing boosts worth up to £2,500 as the Co- op gives away money raised from plas­tic bag charges.

Com­mu­nity groups can ap­ply to the re­tailer’s lo­cal fund for a grant of be­tween £200 and £2,500. The money has come from the sale of car­rier bags since the 5p charge came into force in Oc­to­ber last year.

Shops in Lochaber, Mull, Tiree, Kyle, Skye and the Western Isles all have money to give away and win­ners will be picked by a public vote from a short­list of or­gan­i­sa­tions.

Ap­ply online be­fore the dead­line of Oc­to­ber 7 via www.co- oplo­cal­fund.co.uk.

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