THREE men have been arrested and charged for allegedly breaking into a licensed premises. 

The men, aged 19, 22, and 33 have been arrested after the incident on Tuesday, March 24 at around 2.40am on Dalblair Road. 

Police recieved a report of a disturbance at the premises and their investigation resulted in the arrest of the three men. 

They are expected to appear at court today.

Police have issued a warning to owners to review security at bars, restaraunts and clubs whilst they are closed due to the coronavirus lockdown. 

A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: "Owners/operators of commercial premises are asked to review security arrangements whilst many premises are closed, and ensure that no money is left on site and stock is removed where possible."

"Anyone with information on crime in their community is encouraged to contact Police Scotland by calling the national non-emergency number 101 (in an emergency always dial 999).

"Information can also be passed via the independent charity CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111."