Celebrations are being held to mark the 300th birthday of the world's oldest post office in Sanquhar in Dumfries and Galloway
Police and motorcyclists have condemned those responsible for planting a fishing line across the Sanquhar to Kelloholm road.
A campaign to have the world's oldest Post Office officially recognised is gathering pace.
David Mundell MP, told ITV Border about the post office:
A plaque has been unveiled at Sanquhar post office, recognising it as the world's oldest working post office.
What's thought to be the world's oldest working post office is celebrating its 300th birthday. Sanquhar Post Office dates back to 1712 and is older than rivals in Sweden and Chile, according to local historians.
The site started out as a staging post for runners moving mail on foot and horseback.
David Mundell MP will present a plaque to the subpostmistress during a ceremony.
The crash happened sometime overnight on Sunday 2nd September. Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 0845 600 5701.
The world's oldest post office in Sanquhar in south west Scotland is celebrating its 300th anniversary this year.
Members of the local heritage society are campaigning for national recognition to be given to the building.