A laser pen shone into the eyes of Stranraer drivers, causing temporary vision loss


On several occasions, a green-colored laser pen shone into the eyes of drivers of vehicles in the Queens Drive and King George V Park area of ​​Stranraer.

The targeted drivers suffered temporary vision loss as a result and were forced to stop to avoid colliding with other cars on the road.

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These incidents took place between 10 p.m. on Tuesday January 4 and 6:50 p.m. on Monday January 10.

Officers have taken a social media appeal and are seeking to speak to any member of the public who witnessed the incidents.

Anyone with information about these incidents has been encouraged to contact Police Scotland, either by calling 101, visiting any police station, or contacting Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting the crime number PDG0002940122.

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A green-colored laser pen shone into the eyes of several drivers at Stranraer.

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