Two men have been arrested over a series of incidents in West Lothian including a woman being assaulted with a bladed weapon and a teenager being robbed.
Police have charged the men, aged 26 and 23, in relation with a total of six alleged offences that took place in Livingston on Thursday and Friday.
The woman was reportedly assaulted with a blade in Uphall on Thursday morning before two men were threatened in Mantoba Avenue at around 6.45pm that night.
An 18-year-old man was then assaulted and robbed in Dedridge Easter Road during an alleged incident in which another teenager was threatened.
The pair have also been charged in connection with a disturbance outside a chip shop on Kingsport Avenue and an assault after a brawl on Adelaide Street.
And the final charge relates a breach of the peace on Hobart Street when two men were reported kicking at a door to a communal building.
Officers investigating the incidents have asked anyone who may have witnessed a crime, or not reported an incident to officers already, to come forward.
Anyone with information, or to report a crime, should contact officers via 101.
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