Hunt for two men after camper van stolen from luxury Loch Lomond resort

Detectives are on the hunt for two men after a camper van was stolen from the car park of a luxury resort on the banks of Loch Lomond.

The pair broke into a locker at the spa within Cameron House Golf Club, pinching a watch and keys before a white Nissan Elgrand was taken.

The theft occurred at some point between 2.50pm and 4.45pm on Friday.

The Cameron House resort includes a plush hotel, lodges, activity experiences, a marina and spa, as well as golf and leisure clubs.

Detective Constable Thomas O'Donnell said: "We have been carrying out enquiries and checking CCTV footage from in and around the area to gather more information on where the van travelled after it was stolen."

The Nissan has the registration ML54 WAY.

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Police Scotland said one of the suspects had dark hair and is believed to be in his 20s.

He was wearing a black T-shirt and trousers, and was carrying a large black backpack.

The second male, who had dark closely cropped hair, is believed to be aged between 30 and 40.

He was wearing a black T-shirt, red shorts and black shoes.

DC O'Donnell added: "This is near a busy road and I am keen to speak to anyone who has any information that may assist our investigation.

"I would also urge drivers with dashcam who were in the area to check their footage in case it holds anything relevant."