Police appeal over missing person John Williamson from Wick, Caithness
Police Scotland officers in Glasgow are sending a clear message to communities when it comes to doorstep crime and bogus callers – “if in doubt, keep them out”.
Officers are seeking the assistance of the public to trace a 16-year-old boy missing from Glasgow, last seen on Tuesday 24th March.
Police Scotland and its partners are continuing to tackle criminality and anti-social behaviour in North Edinburgh through the Stronger North initiative.
A man and two women have been arrested and charged in connection with an assault and robbery in Leith.
Police in Levenmouth are appealing for the public's assistance in order to identify a dog and its owner following an attack on a 51-year-old woman.
Police in West Lothian are appealing for witnesses following a serious two-car collision to the south of Kirknewton at around 8.15am on Thursday 26th March 26.
A man responsible for a violent assault and robbery in north Edinburgh last year has been jailed.
Tayside Division worked alongside partners including Trading Standards Officers and Community Wardens in a coordinated day of action in support of the national campaign to target Doorstep Crime.
Police Scotland is committed to keeping people safe on Scotland's roads and continues to work in partnership to reduce road casualties.