After a short while a third man soon attended and physically took her to a local bank to withdraw the cash.He then took her to a second bank to extract more money from another account held by her.Firefighters were assisted by a RAF Tactical Air Transportable Fire Unit which included two major foam vehicles and 11 personnel along with 10 Army personnel from 3 Para Regiment that were at the base as part of the exercise Joint Warrior.

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selling obscene videos and DVDs and to distributing obscene material with a view to its eventual sale or distribution from Barry Smart newsagents on the towns King Street between February 11, 2005 and November 12, 2007.

A police spokesman said: The reward will be issued to anyone who provides the information that leads to the identification and prosecution of the person or people responsible for the fire which engulfed two parked vehicles at the ABC Bus Depot in the village.

The men were posing as building contractors and went to a house occupied by the elderly woman in Rossway Road on the outskirts of Kirkcudbright.

They claimed she had to pay them a substantial amount of cash for roofing work that needed done and they physically, took her to a local bank twice to withdraw thousands of pounds.

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Dumfries and Galloway Police described the scam as utterly despicable and say they are determined to catch the culprits.

Police have not revealed the identity of the woman who was approached at her home in the private residential area of the artists town.

Sgt Iain Johnstone from Kirkcudbright said: Two men claiming to be building contractors said she had to pay them a substantial amount of cash for roofing work that needed to be done.

At 1145 hours the incident commander deemed the incident to be at an end stating: All seats of fire have been extinguished with no signs of smouldering.