Appeal following theft of quad bike from Lochaber

Police are appealing for witnesses.

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Police are appealing for information after a quad bike was stolen from a property in the Leanachan area of Spean Bridge.

The theft is believed to have taken place between 8pm and 11pm on Sunday, April 11. The bike is described as being a red Honda Fourtrax quad bike.

Constable Ashleigh Leitch said: ‘We’re asking anyone with information about the theft to please come forward.

‘At this time, we are also keen to hear from anyone who lives in the area and believes they may have seen any vehicles nearby in suspicious circumstances. Any information could prove vital to our enquiries.’

If you believe you can assist, please contact police on 101, quoting incident 4082 of 11 April. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, if you wish to remain anonymous.