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Appeal after series of break-ins in Kinross

Published 22nd June 2020

Police Scotland is appealing for information after a series of break-ins in Kinross.
Four separate properties were affected by the incidents which all happened overnight between Friday, 19 June and Saturday, 20 June.

Two separate domestic garages on Station Road in the town were broken into - one between 8pm on Friday and 12pm on Saturday and the other between 10.45pm and 7am - with tools stolen on both occasion.

Kinross Tennis Club, also on Station Road, was also broken into 9.30pm on Friday and 8.30am. Nothing was stolen.

The Windlestrae Hotel, Muirs in Kinross was also broken into at approximately 11.20pm on Friday. It is unconfirmed if anything was stolen.

Police Constable Kevin Lynch of Kinross Police Station said:

"Our enquiries into each of these incidents are ongoing and we are treating them as linked.

"I would urge anyone who saw any suspicious activity around the area on Friday evening into Saturday morning to let us know, even it didn't seem notable at the time.

"Anyone with information can call 101, quoting 0974 of 20 June, or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."


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