To the person who lost their fridge can you please pick it up.
A counter fridge has been discovered by the roadside on the A939 heading towards Tomintoul.
Speyside Moorland Group are now asking the people who left it there to come pick it up.
The Moray preservation group are creating an awareness of fly-tipping that can cost tens of thousands of pounds to clean-up. In comparison the up lift from the council would only amount to around £22.
Moray’s woodland areas have been blighted by fly-tipping in recent months, with tonnes of sometimes dangerous substances dumped.
Among the worst incidents were the dumping of 50 tyres near Lossiemouth’s West Beach, while a truck load of hazardous asbestos was discarded near Spey Bay.
Back in May MSP Richard Lochhead joined forces with Forestry Commission calling for a halt to the illegal activity. The Moray MSP said: “It is reprehensible that people use our forests for illegal fly tipping and dumping rubbish.
“Citizens need to work together to stop the illegal practise and keep our countryside and communities clean and tidy. I urge people to report what they know to the authorities.”