NEARLY 100 tickets were issued by parking attendants in North Berwick during March.

A report to North Berwick Community Council by Police Scotland revealed that 98 tickets were administered. The report also contained the following incidents:

  • On Thursday, April 7, police were informed that youths from North Berwick High School had been throwing eggs and causing anti-social behaviour. The community warden and local officers were made aware;
  • On Friday, April 8, there were reports that a man had failed to pay for petrol at Dalrymple Service Station on April 3. Details were taken and police are still trying to trace the driver;
  • On Friday, April 8, a large group of youths aged 16-17 were reported on the beach drinking alcohol and causing a nuisance at about 5pm. Police visited the scene at 6pm but were unable to trace the youths;
  • On Sunday, April 10, police received reports of more than 10 youths vandalising a bus stop on Lochbridge Road. Police attended but did not find the individuals involved or any recent damage;
  • On Saturday, April 16, police were called again to Lochbridge Road regarding a large amount of youths gathering in the area. Due to previous issues, police attended but the youths had moved upon arrival. No issues were recorded;
  • On Tuesday, April 19, two men stole large items from Turnbull’s Homeware on High Street. Enquiries are ongoing.