‘No criminality’ after police seal off Lochee street

A police officer at the scene in Lochee.
A police officer at the scene in Lochee.

Police sealed off an area of Dundee today after an incident overnight.

Officers and forensics teams were seen on Lochee’s Methven Street and the junction with Camperdown Street this morning.

A scenes of crime officer was taking pictures of the road.

No one was allowed through the area while investigations were ongoing.

The nature of the investigation centred around a man being found unwell in the street. A spokeswoman for Police Scotland told the Tele that there was no criminality surrounding the incident.

She said: “No crime occurred. Officers were called out after concerns for a man.

“The area was cordoned off for investigations but it has been established that there was no criminality.”

One witness who did not want to be named described the scene.

He said: “I came down the road and the whole place was cordoned off.

“I had to ask the police officer who was there if I could get through and he let me but said that I had to keep to the right of the road.

“The whole road is cordoned off but it looks like everything is done and dusted now.

“They had it cordoned off from the old Tesco entrance right down to Poundstretcher.

“There were two police cars – one at the bottom and another one at the top.”

 

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