Police are appealing for witnesses after a "bizarre" incident in which a driver's car window was smashed.
It happened around 12:30 yesterday afternoon, at the B7076 APR road at the junction with the A701 road at Beattock.
A 68-year-old man from Lockerbie was sat alone in his blue Audi A4 car, waiting for assistance at the side of the road.
A burgundy coloured Vauxhall then stopped alongside the vehicle, and the driver got out and took a photograph of the Audi.
The male driver, who was the sole occupant of the car, then appeared to mouth something before driving off.
A short time later the same car and driver returned, and a window was smashed in the Audi car as the burgundy car drove past.
The man killed in a two-car crash in Beattock has been named as 51-year-old Michael Anderson from Dalbeattie.
He was pronounced dead at the scene after the collision on the A701 road near to Cragielands House.
The driver of the second car, a 33 year old man from Glasgow, remains in Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary with serious leg and arm injuries.
A man has been pronounced dead at the scene of the two-car road traffic crash on the A701 road near to Cragielands House in Beattock.
A second man has been taken to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary with what are thought to be serious injuries, police say.
Police Scotland has confirmed the road at the scene will be closed for some considerable time to allow for a full crash investigation to take place.
Diversions have been put in place; for immediate updates click here.
A man has been accused of driving carelessly after a minibus crash in Dumfries and Galloway, which caused a baby to be thrown from the vehicle.
Ian Scrivener, 34, from Milton Keynes, admitted in court in Dumfries to driving the minibus while holding only a provisional license, and without insurance.
He has also been accused of driving carelessly, and failing to keep the vehicle under control.
In June 2015 the minibus crashed off the M74 north of Beattock and overturned.
A baby in a child seat was injured after being thrown out and landing on the hard shoulder, and other occupants were also injured.
The case was continued without plea to November 3 to allow Mr Scrivener's solicitor to check a position on possible “blackouts”, and he has given an undertaking not to drive in the interim.
He will be sentenced for driving the minibus with a provisional license, and without insurance, at his next appearance.
Police and family members are growing increasingly concerned about a man from Dumfries and Galloway who has been missing for more than two weeks.
Kenneth Thomson, 54, was last seen in Beattock, near Lockerbie, on Wednesday 29 April 2015.
Despite local coverage, appeals and enquiries into his whereabouts, there have been no reported sightings of him.
He's described as being about 6'2" tall, of medium build, and with fair hair which is balding on top.
He speaks with a Zimbabwean accent, and he has his passport with him.
Road cleared - jackknifed lorry removed at A701 / B7076.
The A701 in both directions blocked due to a jackknifed lorry at the A701 / B7076.
The 46-year-old woman who was killed in a car accident near Beattock in Dumfries and Galloway has been named as Dawn Kirk.
A 20-year-old man who was driving the Vauxhall Corsa involved in the crash, was taken to hospital for treatment to minor injuries.
Anyone who witnessed the accident or saw the Corsa before the incident is asked to contact police on 0845 600 5701 or anonymously with Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A woman has died in a road accident on the A701 at Marchbank Woods near Beattock in Dumfries and Galloway.
The accident happened at around 10am this morning (10th January).
A man has been taken to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary for treatment.
The road is closed and diversions are being put in place.
600 passengers had to be transfered from a train after a fire broke out in a carriage while it was traveling near Beattock last Thursday evening.
Dumfries and Galloway fire service today confirmed the cause of the fire as due to leaking oil under one of the carriages which caught light.