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Assault on The Square Turriff

Mike Rawlins April 11, 2014

Police Scotland is investigating an assault that occurred in the Turriff area of Aberdeenshire. The incident occurred between 12.15am and 12.30am on Sunday, April 6, near to the Police Station within The Square, Turriff. A 41-year-old man was assaulted by two males whereby he was knocked to the ground before being kicked to the body… Continue Reading »


There’s no place like gnome

Mike Rawlins April 4, 2014

Police Scotland are looking for help from the public to return some missing gnomes to their homes. Officers recovered a total of 33 gnomes and garden ornaments from a vehicle stopped in the Banff area in the early morning of Thursday, 3 April. The gnomes and garden ornaments that are believed to have been taken from a… Continue Reading »


Fines for littering and fly tipping increase

Mike Rawlins April 1, 2014

People who drop litter or fly tip in Scotland run the risk of of being hit with bigger fines for littering and fly tipping from today with a Scottish Government increase in fixed penalty fines. The rise in Fixed Penalty Notices will see those caught littering face an £80 penalty, while those fly tipping could… Continue Reading »


Police Scotland the first 12 months

Mike Rawlins April 1, 2014

The first year of Police Scotland has been hailed as a success by Chief Superintendent Mark McLaren, Divisional Commander for Aberdeenshire and Moray. Chief Superintendent Mark McLaren said the transformation into a single force had built on the best practices of the previous legacy forces such as Grampian Police by enhancing local policing for communities… Continue Reading »


Retail fraud warning from Police Scotland

Mike Rawlins March 20, 2014

Police Scotland is reminding retailers in the Turriff area to remain vigilant against retail fraud attempts following two recent incidents in the Garioch area of Aberdeenshire. Two individuals entered a petrol station and a retail store last weekend with the intention of confusing staff by using distraction techniques to commit theft. They attempted to get… Continue Reading »


Queen’s Baton Relay to visit Turriff

Mike Rawlins March 17, 2014

The Queen’s Baton Relay for the 2014 Commonwealth Games will be visiting Turriff as part of its route around Scotland. The baton, which  is currently in the Caribbean, will arrive in Scotland on 14 June after visiting the rest of the British Isles. It will spend 40 days visiting all parts of the country and… Continue Reading »


Vandalism at Rothie Rovers football ground

Mike Rawlins March 14, 2014

Police Scotland are are appealing for information after the dug-outs at Rothie Rovers football ground were vandalised. The vandalism is believed to have happened between Sunday 2 March and Thursday 6 March and the cost of the damage is estimated to be a low-three figure sum. PC Richard Henderson, based at Turriff Police Office said… Continue Reading »

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