Check for fake notes

Overnight from Sunday, March 6 into Monday, March 7 a Ford Fiesta car, parked in Nursery Lane, had its rear quarter light window smashed and a Vauxhall Corsa, parked a short distance away in Montrose Street, near to the Southesk Electrics shop, had its windscreen smashed. A third vehicle, a grey Audi A3 was also vandalised while it was parked up in Guthrie Park, the wing mirrors were smashed and the body work was damaged.

Between 9 pm on Friday, March 4 and 9.50 am on Saturday, March 5, in Provost Millar Avenue, Brechin, the rear quarter light and the drivers window of a Vauxhall Zafira car were smashed by a bottle. The vehicle was parked and unattended at the time. It is believed that there was the sound of glass braking in the area around 7am on the Saturday and that two males were seen in the area.

Police are appealing for witnesses or for anyone with any information to contact them.

Brechin Police are notifying you that we have recently had a fake £10 note and £5 note handed in. Please be vigilant in checking your change, businesses are also asked to be on the look out for this. If you are unsure whether or not a note is fake, contact your bank or ourselves. Don’t be left out of pocket.

We have been advised by the council that a couple of roadside drain covers have been stolen recently from the country roads out with town. This could have serious consequences for road users. These have likely to have been stolen for scrap metal value. Police are asking that if anything suspicious is seen which may relate to this type of crime, please contact us as soon as possible on 0300 111 2222.

Police at Brechin were notified that 2 blister packs containing prescribed medication has been lost in the City Centre, Brechin. Please if found hand them straight into the Station or to the nearest Pharmacist.

This week’s unclaimed property includes a gent’s watch, a bank note and a single mortice house key and 2 other keys. Please call at the office between 9 am and 5 pm, Monday to Friday.