A sheriff has vowed to capture the heartless people who caused chaos across Scotland on Fire Night.
Investigations are underway after fire officers and teams were attacked with fireworks and other rockets in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Greenock on Thursday night.
Police are also working to identify a number of people who caused damage to cars and property caused by illegal burning and throwing fireworks.
The strange scene in Greenock was shared on social media after about 200 people participated in an illegal fun at Auchmead Road.
The fire brigade joined to put out the fire but was instead attacked by young men throwing bottles at the fireworks.
The riot police were drafted to disrupt the massive gathering in which a 15-year-old young man was arrested and charged.
A Glasgow policeman was shot in the eye by glass after his police car’s windshield was broken while answering a call about a car fire on Kendoon Avenue.
Fortunately, the officer was not seriously injured and was able to continue working. A man was arrested in connection with the incident.
Elsewhere in Glasgow, officers were pyrotechniced by mindful teenagers on Dale Street while a policeman was shot overhead on Glenisla Street.
Similar chaos was found by emergency services workers in Edinburgh.
A police car was badly damaged and police were forced to dodge fireworks after a group of young people targeted them on Hay Avenue.
Officers were then called in after a group of young people held illegal campfires on Arthur’s Seat, which lost control and began to spread up the hill.
The anti-social behavior of young people on Pennywell Street also saw police called to the scene where they arrested a 16-year-old male, who was reported to the Fiscal Procuracy.
Assistant Director Constable Tim Mairs said: “As Director Constable put it, it is shameful and deplorable that officers and employees experience violence in the course of their duties.
“Across the country, the majority of the public enjoyed Campfire Night safely and responsibly and I want to thank them for taking our advice.
“However, I’m disappointed with the level of disorder and antisocial behavior seen last night. The few people’s behaviors once again put their lives in danger.
“It also puts great pressure on emergency services and has a serious impact on the local community.
“The evening of Thursday, November 5, 2020, saw a number of catastrophic incidents arise across Scotland requiring Operation Moonbeam resources to assist co-workers in nursing duties. local.
“Most of these cases involve young people. To be completely clear, such actions are dangerous and harmful to the general public and emergency service personnel.
“We will not tolerate such acts and you may not be arrested last night but rest assured, the officers are carrying out further investigations to identify those involved and take responsibility. .
“Additional officers will continue to be deployed in the coming days to assist local units.”