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Between Friday July 12 and Monday July 15, at Glenmore Road, Oban, an ultrasonic animal repelling device was stolen from a fence.
Between 11.40am and 11.50am on Tuesday July 16, in the car park at Farmfoods, Dunollie Road, Oban, a blue VW Golf car was damaged by having the passenger’s side bodywork dented and scratched by another vehicle which failed to stop and report the collision.
Between 6.15am and 7.15pm on Thursday July 18, at Craigard Road, Oban, a black Volkswagen Touareg car was damaged by having the driver’s door scratched.
At about 1.15am on Saturday July 20, at Stevenson Street, Oban, a man aged 20 and a man aged 49 allegedly behaved in an abusive manner and were fighting with each other. Police arrested the men who were charged and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
At about 1.05am on Sunday July 21, in George Street, Oban, a man aged 51 was arrested for allegedly behaving in an abusive manner. He was charged and a report was submitted to the procurator fiscal.
At bout 4pm on Sunday July 21, at Bunessan, Isle of Mull, a man allegedly behaved in an abusive manner towards a woman. A man aged 33 was arrested and charged. He was held for court and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
At about 7.30pm on Friday July 19, at Crossapol, Tiree, a man allegedly behaved in an abusive manner towards a woman. On Sunday July 21, a man aged 55 was arrested and charged. A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
If anyone has information in relation to any incident, they can contact police on 101, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.