Teenage boy charged following vandalism in Invergordon

Police patrols in Invergordon

A teenage boy has been charged in connection with a number of incidents of vandalism in Invergordon.

The 14-year-old has been charged in connection with incidents involving vehicles in the Joss Street, Clyde Street and Castle Avenue areas in recent weeks.

He will be reported to the relevant authorities.

Inspector Jamie Wilson said: “We are grateful to the community for their support while these inquiries have been ongoing.

“I can also confirm that five further anti-social behaviour letters have been issued to parents of youths in Invergordon in the last week.

“We are continuing to make further inquiries into various instances of anti-social behaviour in Invergordon and I would like to reassure residents that we will take further action against anybody found to be committing offences.”

Anyone with concerns should contact Police Scotland on 101.

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