Emergency services rush to 'disturbance' as public told to avoid area

Reports of the incident were made around 5.30am on Friday with police urging the public to stay away.

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Residents have been warned to avoid the area of an ongoing disturbance in Coupar as emergency services respond at the scene.

Police said they received reports of the incident around 5.35am on Friday on Strathmore Avenue in the Princes Croft area of Coupar Angus.

While officers say there appears to be no risk to the wider public, people have been told to avoid the area.

There is no detail yet on the nature of the disturbance of any injuries as a result of the incident.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 5.35am on Friday, June 23, police were called to the Strathmore Avenue area of Coupar Angus, following a report of a disturbance.

“Officers remain at Princes Croft and enquiries are ongoing.”

In a statement, Tayside police officers also said: “Police are carrying out enquiries in the Princes Croft area of Coupar Angus, following a report of an ongoing disturbance this morning.

“There is not believed to be any wider risk, but the public are asked to avoid the area at this time.”