Police officers in Alexandria are seeking the help of the public.
By Democrat reporter
Police officers in Alexandria are seeking the help of the public following a robbery in the town on Tuesday night. Around 7.20pm a 24-year-old man was stopped and robbed while walking in McColl Avenue, Tullichewan, Alexandria.
The victim had personal possessions stolen in the attack. He was not physically injured in the incident however was left in a state of distress after it.
Detective Sergeant Bruce Fyfe at Clydebank CID said: “This was clearly a very frightening experience for the victim. The man we want to trace in relation to this robbery is described as being male, spoke with a Scottish accent and is in his 40s.
“I would ask anyone who may have been in the McColl Avenue area last night to call police if they saw or heard anything which might assist in the investigation.
“Likewise I would ask anyone who may have been in a vehicle fitted with a dash-cam device to examine it to see if it holds any footage which might assist us. Callers should quote the reference 3108 of 10 November.”