Police Scotland are warning retailers and members of the public about counterfeit notes that are being used across the shire.
There have been reports of an increase in the reporting of malicious calls, voicemails, text messages or emails to members of the public purporting to be from HMRC.
Officers in the North East have urged residents to lock up following a spate of thefts in the last week including from a farm in Turriff
The ‘Ask for Angela’ scheme is being extended into Aberdeenshire and Moray
Officers in Aberdeenshire are warning the public to be vigilant following reports of scams this week being targeted at North East residents.
Two drivers in Aberdeen have been charged in relation to alleged drink driving offences one reported for allegedly being 8 times over the drink-drive limit and the second man allegedly being five times over the legal drink drive limit.
Public urged to be vigilant following recent reports of telephone fraud in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire which have netted scammers £35,000
A wildfire warning has been extended across Scotland and is in place until 11 July
Police Scotland is urging the public to be vigilant to possible phone scams after reporting that £1.2million has been scammed from North East ‘vishing’ victims in just three weeks
Road Safety North East Scotland is teaming up with the Inverurie and District Driving Schools Association to pilot a scheme which will see older drivers have their driving standard reviewed by an Approved Driving Instructor