Drivers suffer vision loss in Stranraer laser pen attacks – BBC News

A number of drivers have suffered temporary vision loss in the incidents
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A number of drivers have had laser pens shone into their eyes in Stranraer over the course of a week
Police say the people involved have had to pull over in order to avoid a crash
Anyone with information has been asked to come forward
Police have appealed for witnesses after a string of laser pen attack on drivers in south west Scotland.
It follows "various incidents" in Stranraer between 4 and 10 January.
Motorists have reported a green laser pen being shone into into their eyes in the Queens Drive and King George V Park area of the town.
Police said the drivers involved had had to pull over due to temporary vision loss.
The incidents took place between 22:00 on 4 January and 18:50 on Monday.
Anyone who was in the area and saw anything has been asked to contact the police.
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