Police send Christmas greetings to fugitives

Lothian and Borders Police are once again issuing Christmas cards urging people to settle their outstanding warrants immediately.''Officers in the West of Edinburgh are in the process of delivering around 600 reminders to members of the public who have still to settle warrants for various offences.''Anyone who wishes to settle their warrant is asked to contact their local police station before the Christmas holidays begin or risk facing the festive season behind bars.''Inspector Irene Ralston said: "Christmas and New Year period is typically a busy time period for police. However, that does not mean we forget about those with an outstanding warrants.''"Failure to settle the matter will result in an arrest and court appearance, which is the last thing people want or need at this time of the year.''"We anticipate a large number of people coming forward in the next few days to clear up issues surrounding their warrants. ''"Those who chose to ignore this reminder will very soon find themselves being visited by po
Lothian and Borders Police are once again issuing Christmas cards urging people to settle their outstanding warrants immediately.''Officers in the West of Edinburgh are in the process of delivering around 600 reminders to members of the public who have still to settle warrants for various offences.''Anyone who wishes to settle their warrant is asked to contact their local police station before the Christmas holidays begin or risk facing the festive season behind bars.''Inspector Irene Ralston said: "Christmas and New Year period is typically a busy time period for police. However, that does not mean we forget about those with an outstanding warrants.''"Failure to settle the matter will result in an arrest and court appearance, which is the last thing people want or need at this time of the year.''"We anticipate a large number of people coming forward in the next few days to clear up issues surrounding their warrants. ''"Those who chose to ignore this reminder will very soon find themselves being visited by po
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AROUND 600 people currently being sought on outstanding warrants are set to receive a Christmas card from police urging them to surrender.

Officers in the west of Edinburgh are sending out the reminders, pictured, to people wanted for various offences.

Anyone wishing to settle their warrant is asked to contact a police station before the Christmas holidays begin or risk facing the festive season behind bars.

Inspector Irene Ralston said: “Christmas and New Year period is typically a busy time for police. However, that does not mean we forget about those with outstanding warrants.

“Failure to settle the matter will result in an arrest and court appearance, which is the last thing people want or need at this time of the year.

“We anticipate a large number of people coming forward in the next few days.”