More vandalism in Moray prompts a £500 reward offer

Car has been vandalised three times on Imlach Way in Lossiemouth
Car has been vandalised three times on Imlach Way in Lossiemouth

A LOSSIEMOUTH COUPLE are so incensed by their car being vandalised outside their own home for a third time that they are offering a £500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.

Just 24 hours after a social media campaign led to the arrest of a 44-year-old woman in Buckie, Jane Forrest and her boyfriend Andrew Sim have launched an appeal for information after their car was daubed with spray paint.

The silver Volvo V40 owned by Jane had twice been attacked before Saturday’s incident, Jane telling insideMoray: “Three times in three weeks someone has attacked the car – the first two occasions they ‘keyed’ the sides, this time was far worse as they took a spray paint to the car.”

Jane’s car was parked on Imlach Way in Lossiemouth and the latest attack on Saturday took place at some time after 11.15pm.

Her boyfriend Andrew Sim took to his social media page to offer a reward for information, saying: “Normally I would not resort to Facebook for issues like this but enough is enough. This time the attack was on a whole new level so I have decided to offer a reward of £500 for information that leads to a conviction.

“Our hope is that this helps to get our message over – this spread of mindless vandalism has to be stopped in Lossiemouth and throughout Moray and hopefully by making people more aware we can make things more difficult for the perpetrators.”

Anyone with information about the incident or who believe they know who is responsible is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.