The public are being urged to be vigilant after reports of rogue traders in the north-east.
Police are urging the public to be vigilant following reports that rogue traders are operating in Aberdeen.
Rogue traders cost the public £750,000 last year, according to new figures by a local authority.
Rotten fish is being sold by rogue mobile sellers to unsuspecting North-east residents, sparking a public health warning.
POLICE have warned the public to be vigilant after bogus workmen targeted the home of an elderly woman in Aberdeen.