Amid lockdown restrictions a number of residents gathered in River Street on Tuesday night – this followed a similar gathering of people in nearby Gairdoch Street last Saturday evening.
Police Scotland would not confirm the two incidents were linked.
A spokesperson said: “Around 7.50pm on Tuesday, January 19, police received a report of people protesting outside a property in River Street, Bainsfordk. Officers attended and the crowd dispersed after advice was given.”
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The early evening protest on Saturday saw a group of around 20 people in attendance before police arrived. nightBainsford protest ends as police swoop in
At the time A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 4.20pm on Saturday, January 16, officers were made aware of a planned protest outside a property on Gairdoch Street in Bainsford.
“Advice was given to all concerned and the group was dispersed.”