A 12-YEAR-OLD boy has been charged by police after an alleged incident at Helensburgh’s Co-op supermarket in which a bicycle was reportedly thrown from the top level of the store's car park on to the tarmac below.

A member of the public reported a bicycle being thrown off the top level of the store’s car park on Sinclair Street on Saturday, May 25.

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Police attended and identified two youths matching the description provided.

The youngsters are said to have attempted to run off, but they were caught by officers and one of the boys, a 12-year-old from Cardross, was charged, in the presence of a parent, with culpable and reckless conduct.

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