Police are urging motorists to remain vigilant following reports of bogus parking fines.
Fraudsters are contacting victims by email claiming that they have to pay a parking fine when they have not been in the area at the time of the incident.
The email contains a suspicious attachment where victims are asked to download a form for making a payment and photographic evidence of the parking incident.
The emails originate from email@example.com and have been spoofed to make it appear as though they have been sent from justice.gov.uk.
Anyone who believes they may have been a victim of fraud is urged to call 101.