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Highland police appeal after fence posts at beauty spot removed

By Hector MacKenzie

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HIGHLAND police have issued an appeal for witnesses after an incident in which fence posts have been removed from a beauty spot and "possibly used as firewood".

The appeal from the Highlands and Islands division of Police Scotland was made today but relates to an incident last weekend.

Officers in Glencoe are appealing for witnesses who have been in the Glen Etive area over the weekend July 10.

The police appeal states: "Over the course of this weekend some signage at the road end has been vandalised and a quantity of fence posts surrounding the Loch Etive pier removed from the ground and possibly used as firewood.

"These incidents occurred during a particularly busy weekend in Glen Etive and anyone with any information as to who may have done this is encouraged to come forward."

Information can be passed to Police Scotland on 101 or, anonymously, via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Anyone making contyact should quote incident number NP1570/20.

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