Two pedestrians have been rushed to hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a car in a Borders town.
It happened at around 10.55a.m. Friday 7th December outside the George and Abbotsford Hotel in High Street, Melrose.
Emergency services treated the casualties at the scene they wre then taken to Borders general Hospital with what are described as "serious injuries".
The two pedestrians are believed to be a 47 year old man and a woman.
Lothian and Borders Police say they are still trying to establish exactly what happened and the road through the centre of Melrose was closed to allow a full accident investigation to take place.
A spokesman said:
Lothian and Borders Police are appealing for anyone with information regarding the disappearance of 420 Christmas trees to come forward.
The Nordman Pines, worth over £6000, were stolen from Brundenlaws Farm near Jedburgh on November 26th:
Christmas trees worth £6,300 have been stolen from a farm in the Scottish Borders.
420 Nordman Pine trees disappeared from Shielsknowe Forestry at Brundenlaws Farm near Jedburgh, Roxburghshire.
The theft was discovered on Monday (26th November) morning.
The trees had been packaged up and were on pallets ready to be delivered to furniture giant IKEA when they were taken.
Lothian and Borders Police have appealed for anyone with information to come forward, especially if a vehicle was spotted acting suspiciously in the area overnight on 25th November.
Police in the Scottish Borders are reminding the public to be wary of phone calls from people who claim to be working for companies assisting with claiming Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) refunds.
They say there are a number of legitimate companies who assist with making claims in relation to PPI’s however the police are finding there are criminals who are taking advantage of this.
In a statement they said:
A Police spokesperson added:
A 43-year-old was left with a fractured skull, after falling from his bike outside the Borders General Hospital at around 6.30pm on 15th November.
The cyclist is currently being treated in hospital, however his injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
Lothian and Borders Police are appealing for witnesses with any information to come forward.
Road Policing Officers are investigating the full circumstances surrounding the incident.
Police are appealing for information after a female shop assistant was assaulted in Pebbles yesterday (13th November).
The attack happened at around 4.45pm at Thistle Quilting on Peebles High Street.
A man, described as white, in his 40's, around 5'10", of medium build with short black hair, entered the shop, assaulted the shop assistant then ran off in the direction of North Bridge.
He is described as wearing a navy jacket and blue jeans.
A Police spokesperson said:
“This appears to have been an unprovoked attack which has left the victim very shaken. I would urge anyone who has information in relation to this incident to contact Peebles Police station on 01721720637 or contact the Crimestoppers Charity anonymously on 0800 111555."
Lothian and Borders Police are appealing for witnesses after 200 packs of medication was stolen from Hawick Medical Practice.
The drugs were taken from the Teviot Road premises between Saturday October 26th and Monday October 22nd.
Dihydrocodeine, Diazepam, Codeine Phosphate, Zopiclone, Lorazapam, Nitrazepam and Cionazepam were among the items taken.
Police we are appealing for anyone who may have been aware of suspicious activity in the area of Teviot Road, Hawick, at the weekend to get in touch on 0131 311 3131.
A cyclist who was injured in a road accident in the Scottish Borders has died.
64 year old John Barr from west Saltoun was cycling on the B709 Traquair to Innerleithan road on the 27th September when he was involved in a crash with a Honda Civic.
He was taken to hospital with serious head, leg and pelvic injuries.
Despite the best efforts of medical staff he died on 10th October.
Lothian and Borders police are requesting anyone who can help them with enquiries to get in touch.
Police in the Scottish Borders are teaching children about drug crime as part of a campaign tackling the problem.
Raids targeting drug dealers have been taking place across the Borders since July, as part of Operation Goal.
54 people have been charged during this time, and seven are in jail. Now, children will be taught about the affects that taking drugs have on people's lives.
Detective Inspector Amanda McGrath spoke to ITV Border's Jenny Longden about Operation Goal and what it hopes to achieve.