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Police Scotland detected the equivalent of an extra 90 crimes every week compared to last year, new figures show
The incident occurred at around 1.45am on Sunday 21 April on the corner of Hanover Street and Thistle Street
Detectives investigating the death of Emma Faulds are continuing to work with specialist search advisors and forensic officers as they try to find her
Detectives searching for missing person Emma Faulds from Kilmarnock have been conducting enquiries in the South Ayrshire.
The initiative looks to target individuals in the Aberdeen area who cause a nuisance by riding motorcycles illegally or in a dangerous way
Peter Walker, aged 53 from Blackburn, and Paul Henderson, aged 48 from Grangemouth, sadly died at the scene.
On Tuesday 30th April 2019 the Standards of Service for Victims and Witnesses 2019-2020 was published.
Police in Edinburgh have released CCTV images of a vehicle as they continue their investigation into the murder of Bradley Welsh.
Drivers who flout speed limits, use mobile phones or choose not to wear their seatbelt are to be targeted this week by Police Scotland.
At the High Court in Glasgow today Thursday 25 April 2019, six men were convicted of being responsible for being involved in a conspiracy to murder.
Police in Forth Valley are appealing for information to help trace a woman reported missing from Stirlingshire.
Redmond Taylor (26) was last seen leaving Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert around 12.30pm on Tuesday 12th February.
58 year-old Thomas Saunders from Edinburgh was last seen on the 16th December
If you have concerns for the safety and welfare of a person and their whereabouts is unknown, visit our Missing Persons page
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