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Alert message sent 10/01/2020 09:19:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch Scotland


APPEAL FOR INFORMATION –  RURAL BREAK-INS IN ANGUS
 
Police Scotland is appealing for information about three break-ins to properties in Angus on 8th January 2020 which we are treating as linked.
 
A man was disturbed attempting to break in to a house in Gagiebank, Wellbank, about 8:40am, having already broken into the garage at the property. He is described as white, about 5ft 8, and was wearing all dark clothing. Although a number of items had been moved in the garage it does not appear that anything has been stolen.
 
He was seen to drive off in a pale blue coloured Citroen C3 which had been parked in the driveway of the house next door. Enquiries at that address found that it had also been broken into - full details of that break-in have still be obtained.
 
Also, sometime between 9:10am and 11:10am on the 8th January, a house in School Road, Tealing, was broken into. Bottles of alcohol and a set of car keys were stolen. A neighbour who was spoken to during door-to-door enquiries saw a small, pale blue car in the street around 11am.
 
As always, we would like to ask anyone who has any information that could assist our enquiries to contact us. In particular, we would like to hear from anyone who has seen or noticed a pale blue Citroen C3 in the Angus area between Dundee and Forfar, especially in quieter streets and villages.
 
If you have any information that could help us, please call 101, or speak to any police officer. Also, information can be given anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Our reference is incident 0629 of 8th January
 
For further advice and information contact your local community policing team or visit our website at https://www.scotland.police.uk/keep-safe/home-and-personal-property/
 
 
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Gail Beattie (Police, Constable, Angus / Dundee)

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