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Between 8pm and 11pm on Sunday April 12, in the Longsdale area of Oban, it is alleged that food items were placed within the garden of an address in an attempt to harm the dogs kept within the property. Police are investigating the incident.
Between 4pm and 6pm on Monday April 13, at Dalmally Fire Station, a vehicle tyre was punctured three times using a knife or similar implement. Police are investigating.
About 8.35pm on Tuesday April 14, in Connel, a 33-year-old male acted in a threatening and abusive manner to police and resisted arrest. The male was arrested and later given an official police warning.
About 4.15pm on Tuesday April 14, on Victoria Crescent, Oban, a male allegedly acted in an abusive manner toward officers. The male was arrested and a report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
About 11.30pm on Wednesday April 15, a building was allegedly broken into near Achnacloich. Police are investigating the incident.
Theft of fire wood
Between 4pm and 6pm, on Friday April 17, a quantity of fire wood was stolen from the Brochroy area of Taynuilt. Police are investigating.
Between 5.30pm on Thursday April 16 and noon on Friday April 17, a vehicle which was parked on George Street, Oban, was allegedly scratched using a key or similar implement, damaging the vehicle. Police are investigating.
Drink driving allegation
About 7.30pm on Sunday April 19, at Port Appin, a vehicle was involved in a collision. The driver was traced nearby and was allegedly found to be over the prescribed drink drive limit. He was arrested and held in custody to appear at court and a report was submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
If any member of the public has information in relation to the above, or to any incident, they can contact their local Police Station on telephone number 101, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.