Report submitted over Cosalt 'stock discrepancies' claims

Police have completed their investigations into alleged "stock discrepancies" at an Aberdeen oil services company.

Police Scotland has been considering files submitted by Cosalt following a civil court case involving its former directors Calum and Stuart Melville.

They settled out of court with the company in 2012 without admitting any liability.

A report will now be submitted to the Crown Office.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Enquiries into alleged stock discrepancies at Cosalt Offshore are now complete.

"No-one has been charged as a result of these enquiries. Our report will be submitted to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service for their consideration."

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