Police files from across Ayrshire

A 53 year-old man was reported to the procurator fiscal after stealing a watch from the Ayrshire Hospice shop in Girvan’s Chalmers Arcade on Thursday October 9th.

Police are appealing for information after a number of caravans were broken into at Turnberry Holiday Park overnight on Tuesday 14th October into the early hours of Wednesday 15th October.

Anyone with any information on the break-ins is asked to contact the police on the non-emergency number 101.

Police are also repeating a safety message asking anyone with properties such as these to ensure that they are secure and that all valuables are packed away with the winter coming up.

A 32 year-old male was reported to the procurator fiscal after he was caught driving without insurance on the A77 on Sunday 19th October.

A 38 year-old male was reported for drink driving and for driving with no insurance at Craig Tara Holiday Park near Dunure on Friday 17th October.

A house on Girvan’s Hervey Road was burgled between 10am on Thursday October 23rd and 12pm on Sunday October 26. The thieves broke in through a back window at the property and managed to make off with £1,000.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Girvan Policing team on the non emergency number 101.

Outwith the Carrick area, a 26 year-old man was arrested and released on an undertaking after he was allegedly found with five grams of cocaine in a stop and search by police in Ayr.

The incident occurred in Ayr High Street at 1.15am on Sunday October 26th.

Police arrested a man on October 26th after he was allegedly found stealing £200 worth of lead flashing from a house in New Road in Ayr.

The suspect is a 17 year old unemployed man who the police found close to the property on Sunday evening at around 7.30pm.

A man was arrested after a disturbance in Ayr on Sunday 19th October at around 7.25pm. The 46 year old man is alleged to have hit his 31 year old neighbour over the head with a clothes rail.