Police files - search still on after 12 year-old assaulted

A ground floor house in Girvan’s Dalrymple Street saw one of its windows broken in an act of vandalism on Thursday 23rd October.

The incident occurred between 8pm and 8.20pm and any witnesses or anyone with any information should contact PC John Estcourt at the Girvan Police station on the non emergency number 101.

At 8.30pm on Wednesday 22nd October a three figure sum of cash was stolen from the Nice Days stores at 63 High Street in Maybole.

The suspect made off with the cash after he distracted store staff.

He is described as a male aged approximately 45-50, 5ft8, bald and wearing a green and grey striped jumper and blue jeans.

If anyone recognises this description or has any information then contact PC Mark Reynolds of the Maybole policing team on 101.

Two males were caught and reported to the procurator fical after there was a theft of metal from the old Co-Op site in Whitehall, Maybole. The males are said to be from the Paisley area.

Police are reminding people that if they see anyone acting suspicious around building sites then they should contact the police immediately.

Police in Girvan are still appealing for witnesses and information after a 12 year-old girl was assaulted at the beach park area in the town.

The incident happened on the evening of Monday 29th September around 8.30pm when the young girl is believed to have been assaulted by a female dog walker.

The female is described as between the ages of 50 and 70 and was wearing a dark jacket whilst walking a small black dog which had a white patch on its nose.

Anyone with any information should contact Pc Gordon Thomson on the police number 101.

The Girvan and South Carrick policing team would also remind everyone that their e-mail system is checked on a daily basis.

If you wish to e-mail your local policing team then you can do so on GirvanSouthCarrickCPT@scotland.pnn.police.uk.