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Police in Dumfries and Galloway are appealing for witnesses to the following incidents
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THEFT OF TRAILER - DRUMMORE - STRANRAER
Officers from Stranraer are appealing for witnesses after a report that a trailer has been stolen from Clashwhannon Caravan Park Drummore, between 1230 hours on the 17/01/2021 and 1100 hours on the 18/01/2021. The trailer was Galvanised Steel, 8ft x 4ft with a tall mesh surrounding the outside.
If you can remember a trailer matching this description or have information that may assist officers with their enquiries, please phone us on 101 and quote reference 1474 of the 18th January.
Officers from Stranraer are appealing for witnesses after a report that there has been a number of items taken from a shed in the Clachan hill Farm area Kirkcolm. This has taken place between 2030 hours on the 21/01/2021 and 1100 hours on the 24/01/2021.
Officers are looking for anyone who was in the local area and noticed any suspicious behaviour, any information could be vital in assisting officers with their enquiries. If you have any information please contact 101 and quote ref 2075 of the 24th of January.
THEFT OF SHEEP - LOCHMABEN
Officers are appealing for the public's assistance .
A number of sheep have been stolen from fields at Maxwellbank near Lochmaben, between 19/01/2021 and 23/01/2021.
There are indications that the sheep were walked out of the fields onto the Watchill road, thereafter into a waiting large livestock trailer or cattle truck. This would likely require the use of trained dogs/handler. Requesting any information to assist with the enquiry, particularly in relation to any suspicious activity, persons or vehicles at the time of the theft or in the days prior.
Please telephone 101 quoting ref 2192 of 23 January
A concerned member of the public contacted Police Scotland yesterday afternoon at midday to report concerns with regards a suspicious blue vehicle that had been sighted driving about residential streets in Kelso, Scottish Borders, with two males within.
The vehicle registration was given which relates to a blue Ford Transit Drop side lorry. This vehicle is registered to a male who is known for his involvement in Rural Crimes of dishonesty throughout Scotland and the North of England.
We are asking people to remain vigilant, check the security of their property, outbuildings, sheds and garages and to report any suspicious incidents to Police Scotland via 101. We also ask that even partial registration numbers could be noted and passed to police if known as further enquiry can be completed with such information and may also link in with other details given by other members of the Rural Alert group.