17th November 2019
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Posts tagged with Lerwick Police Station

Assault outside Lerwick shop

Assault outside Lerwick shop

Police in Lerwick are appealing for witnesses after a member of the public was assaulted outside the Cee and Jays shop on Sunday morning. The person was punched to the face and required medical attention, police have said. The incident is believed to have taken place at 3.30am on Sunday 25th A... Read more...

Car damaged in Lerwick

Car damaged in Lerwick

Police are investigating after a car was damaged in Lerwick's Prince Alfred Street over the weekend. Damage was caused to the car's windscreen, bonnet and wing mirror in what the police have described as a "incident of deliberate damage". The incident was believed to have occurred between 8.30... Read more...

Witnesses sought after windscreen damage

Witnesses sought after windscreen damage

26/02/2018, by in News, ST Online

Police are appealing for witnesses after a car windscreen was damaged at the weekend. The damage to the Volkswagen Caddy van, which was parked in the Sandveien area, occured between Saturday evening and the early hours of Sunday morning. Police are keen to speak to anyone who observed the caus... Read more...

Witness appeal after car hits barrier

Witness appeal after car hits barrier

08/10/2017, by in News, ST Online

Police are appealing for witnesses after a car was reported to hit a barrier on the A971 at Tresta on Saturday. The black car caused damage to the barrier after colliding with it at around 2.50pm on 7th October. Anyone who may have seen the incident should contact Lerwick police station or cal... Read more...

Appeal for witnesses to erratic driving

Appeal for witnesses to erratic driving

07/10/2017, by in News, ST Online

Police are appealing for witnesses after a car was reported to be driving erratically in Lerwick town centre on Wednesday. The small black car – possibly a Toyota Aygo – was spotted near the junction of the Esplanade and Commercial Street at around 1pm on 4th October. Its movements were se... Read more...