LOCAL Police have been investigating problems which have sprung up in Borrowfield concerning youths.
The community team at Montrose Police Office recently held an anti-social operation in the area, targeting youth problems that had been flagged up to them.
Community Officer Ally Hutchison, who led the operation, commented: “We have received several calls from staff at the Co-op in Borrowfield and nearby residents in relation to youths causing annoyance in the area.
“Over 20 youths were traced outside the shop and details noted.
“Letters will be sent to all parents highlighting the concern.
“We will continue to monitor the situation and extra attention will be given by officers”.
Other police news
The rear screen wiper was ripped off a silver Toyota Yaris motor car while it was left in the car park at New Wynd between 4pm on Friday, October 19, and 10am the following day.
At about 1am last Monday, someone kicked and damaged the wing mirror of a white Ford Connect van while it was parked in Ferry Street.
Property handed in to Montrose police includes a blackberry ‘phone, a Young Scot card, a dog collar coloured pink, a black cycle, and a Clydesdale Bank card.
If you can assist with the above crimes, or recognise any of the found property, call the non-emergency number, 0300 111 2222; or speak to any police officer. For help with crime, the Crimestoppers number, which can be contacted anonymously, is 0800 555 111.