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Police Scotland officers in the Highlands appeal over car damage in Inverness

By Philip Murray

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Police have appealed for witnesses.
Police have appealed for witnesses.

POLICE have appealed for information after cars and a fence were damaged in an Inverness hit-and-run.

The incident occurred around 5.40am on Monday, December 28.

A police spokesman said: "We are looking to speak with anyone with information in relation to damage caused to fencing and parked vehicles on Rosehaugh Road on December 28 about 5:40am by another vehicle which failed to stop.

"If any member of the public can provide any further information or has witnessed the collisions please contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting reference number NN7914/20. Thank you."

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