Police probe following damage at Bonnybridge World Heritage Site

An investigation has been launched after damage was discovered at a World Heritage Site in Falkirk district.

By Jonathon Reilly
Thursday, 25th March 2021, 2:21 pm

Earth at the Antonine Wall, near one-time Roman fort Rough Castle in Bonnybridge, was cut and disturbed between Monday, March 1 and Monday, March 8.

Damaging a World Heritage Site is a criminal offence.

Larbert-based police are appealing for information in a bid to trace those responsible.

Damage to land has been found at Rough Castle in Bonnybridge. Picture: Michael Gillen.

Anyone who has information relating to this inquiry is asked to call 101.

Quote incident number 2595 of March 15.

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