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Police probe break-in at Newtonmore Golf Club

Police probe break-in at Newtonmore Golf Club

Police probe break-in at Newtonmore Golf Club

17 May 2022

Gent's locker room door was forced and some golfers' equipment was damaged


More than £100,000 of rare whisky stolen in break in at famous distillery

More than £100,000 of rare whisky stolen in break in at famous distillery

More than £100,000 of rare whisky stolen in break in at famous distillery

15 May 2022

'The thieves clearly knew what they wanted'


Fresh move by police in long-running Highland murder mystery

Fresh move by police in long-running Highland murder mystery

Fresh move by police in long-running Highland murder mystery

11 May 2022

Detectives investigating Alistair Wilson murder in 2004 want to hear from anyone who was in hotel opposite his home two days before shooting.


Highlands man jailed for 14 years for abusing five women

Highlands man jailed for 14 years for abusing five women

Highlands man jailed for 14 years for abusing five women

09 May 2022

Sean Hartley (35) subjected the women to 'systematic domestic abuse'


Police appeal after hit and run on B9007 near Carrbridge

Police appeal after hit and run on B9007 near Carrbridge

Police appeal after hit and run on B9007 near Carrbridge

05 May 2022

Driver of green van involved in crash failed to stop at scene


Police appeal for witnesses after bus driver is assaulted in Highlands

Police appeal for witnesses after bus driver is assaulted in Highlands

Police appeal for witnesses after bus driver is assaulted in Highlands

03 May 2022

Force is investigating an afternoon attack on coach driver on busy Inverness street


Police warning over bogus workmen in the Highlands

Police warning over bogus workmen in the Highlands

Police warning over bogus workmen in the Highlands

02 May 2022

Force has issued warning following reported incidents of bogus workmen calling at homes of elderly and vulnerable people


Yet another twist in the Wilson doorstep murder in Nairn nearly 20 years ago

Yet another twist in the Wilson doorstep murder in Nairn nearly 20 years ago

Yet another twist in the Wilson doorstep murder in Nairn nearly 20 years ago

09 March 2022

Police have updated their description of the suspected murderer in the Nairn cold case.


Burglars are targeting places of worship and secluded business properties

Burglars are targeting places of worship and secluded business properties

Burglars are targeting places of worship and secluded business properties

03 February 2022

Police Scotland's Highland and Islands Police Division is seeing a pattern of such crimes across the Strathspey and Badenoch and the Highlands.


'Morons' slammed for vandalising Kingussie public toilets just days after refurbishment

'Morons' slammed for vandalising Kingussie public toilets just days after refurbishment

'Morons' slammed for vandalising Kingussie public toilets just days after refurbishment

28 January 2022

Highland Council is facing another bill of thousands of pounds to repair latest damage


Police investigating second report of bicycle thefts in Aviemore

Police investigating second report of bicycle thefts in Aviemore

Police investigating second report of bicycle thefts in Aviemore

21 January 2022

Police Scotland looking into thefts which they described as 'relatively rare' for area


New legislation will protect livestock from dog attacks

New legislation will protect livestock from dog attacks

New legislation will protect livestock from dog attacks

11 January 2022

A campaign to protect Scotland’s livestock has been launched following new legislation which protects animals from dog attacks.


Police praise vigilant drivers who prevented possible tragedy on the A9

Police praise vigilant drivers who prevented possible tragedy on the A9

Police praise vigilant drivers who prevented possible tragedy on the A9

10 January 2022

Man charged in connection with driving lorry on the wrong side of the dual carriageway on A9 south of Drumochter


Boost for policing numbers in Highlands

Boost for policing numbers in Highlands

Boost for policing numbers in Highlands

07 January 2022

The Highlands will benefit from extra policing cover with hundreds of officers across Scotland redeployed to ease the impact of Covid-19 absences.


Police appeal after damage caused at Grantown Primary School

Police appeal after damage caused at Grantown Primary School

Police appeal after damage caused at Grantown Primary School

28 December 2021

Wooden picnic benches and fencing targeted and glass bottles smashed in playground


Police appeal after A9 dual carriageway reservation badly damaged

Police appeal after A9 dual carriageway reservation badly damaged

Police appeal after A9 dual carriageway reservation badly damaged

20 December 2021

Barriers by Kincraig were extensively damaged but incident not reported to police


Police probe "extensive" A9 damage

Police probe "extensive" A9 damage

Police probe "extensive" A9 damage

17 December 2021

Police are investigating "extensive" damage to the central reservation of the A9 dual carriageway at Kincraig.


Police chief says 'return to normality' has led to rise in crime in Badenoch and Strathspey

Police chief says 'return to normality' has led to rise in crime in Badenoch and Strathspey

Police chief says 'return to normality' has led to rise in crime in Badenoch and Strathspey

10 November 2021

Covid and policing demands for COP26 have also put force under pressure


Small rise in some crime year-on-year in Badenoch and Strathspey

Small rise in some crime year-on-year in Badenoch and Strathspey

Small rise in some crime year-on-year in Badenoch and Strathspey

07 November 2021

Police chief says some of this due to coming out of Covid lockdown


Public warned to be on guard against fake Toby Carvery scam

Public warned to be on guard against fake Toby Carvery scam

Public warned to be on guard against fake Toby Carvery scam

04 November 2021

Fake brand page 'offering' free items, vouchers or food as a ‘gesture of goodwill’ in the run up to Christmas


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