Police investigating report of attack on woman in Grangemouth say no crime took place

Police investigating a report of a woman being attacked outside a Grangemouth shop have “established that no crime has taken place”.

By Jonathon Reilly
Friday, 16th April 2021, 10:06 am

Officers originally appealed for information in connection with an incident near SPAR in Charlotte Dundas Court on March 26.

It was thought the woman was assaulted after she refused to buy alcohol for teenagers.

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Police have established no crime took place following a report of an assault on a woman by a teenager in Grangemouth. Picture: John Devlin.

However, a spokesperson said: “Following a report a woman had been assaulted by a male youth in Charlotte Dundas Court, Grangemouth, officers have conducted enquiries and established that no crime has taken place.”

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