Enquiries continue after bike is taken
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.