Police files – 30.12.21

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Vandalism

At 11.45pm on Sunday December 12 at Colonsay Terrace, Oban, it is alleged that an external flat door was vandalised.  Enquiries continue.

Drugs

At 9.50pm on Monday December 20 at Soroba Road, Oban, police had cause to stop and search a vehicle for drugs.  The driver, a man aged 31 was found to be in possession of a quantity of herbal cannabis.  He was issued a Recorded Police Warning.

Vandalism

Between 4.30pm on Tuesday December 21 and 8.30am on Wednesday December 22 at a property in Kilmore, a wooden house sign was vandalised.  Enquiries continue.

Disorderly conduct

At 1.40am on Friday December 24 at an Oban public house, police responded to a report of an ongoing disturbance.  A man aged 24 was arrested for acting in a disorderly manner, and was subsequently issued a Recorded Police Warning.

Drugs

At 4.15pm on Friday December 17 at Miller Road, Oban, police stopped and searched a 47-year-old man.  He was found to be in possession of a quantity of herbal cannabis and was issued a Recorded Police Warning.

Shoplifting

At 10.30am on Friday December 24 at The Factory Shop, Combie Street, Oban, a 39-year-old man was arrested for theft and subsequently issued a Recorded Police Warning.

Hit and run

Between 3-3.20pm on Thursday December 23, outside Aros Hall, Main Street, Tobermory, a parked car was struck by another vehicle.  The driver  failed to stop and provide details.  Enquiries continue.

Police are appealing for anyone with information on any of the above queries to contact 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.