Detective Inspector Allison Campbell has appealed for a couple who spoke to the distressed woman in Helensburgh after buying a takeaway to come forward.
Members of the cross-party committee have already criticised ministers for withholding key documents but promised to get to the bottom of the series of events that led to a successful legal challenge by Mr Salmond and cost the taxpayer hundreds of thousands of pounds.
“The repairs involve complex engineering methods which involve stabilising the recently formed steep channels on the embankments above and below the carriageway, as well as repairing the road which was heavily damaged by the landslip.
Actually, the plots are up for sale with an auction planned for 21st August. It appears that the new entrance and the related works may have been undertaken as part of an attempt to convince gullible members of the public that these plots has a reasonable chance of obtaining planning permission:
“The Redress for Survivors Bill will acknowledge and provide tangible recognition of harm as a result of historical child abuse in various residential care settings in Scotland.
“They spoke with her sometime between 10.30pm and 11.30pm while she was on her way to Helensburgh train station. It is believed the man and woman had made a recent purchase at a local takeaway restaurant.