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Audi driver who went on run given last chance

A THIEF, who went on the run after colliding with a police car while driving without a licence or insurance, has been given three months to show he can behave.

Sheriff William Taylor said he was taking an ‘unusual’ course of action in dealing with 22-year-old Vadims Prohorovs at Fort William Sheriff Court on Friday.

Prohorovs, who is originally from Latvia but now lives in Claggan, appeared from custody, where he had been remanded since April 10, after admitting the offences which took place on Torlundy Road on March 12.

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