Items stolen from garden shed in Dundee
Around 8.45am on Thursday, 9 December, 2021, a lady was within her home in Balgowan Place, Dundee, when she noticed her the door to her garden shed was open. On further inspection she realised the door was off its hinges and a number of items from within the shed had been stolen.
An adult bike and child’s bike have been taken, along with garden equipment, two electric scooters and a red tool box. The items are valued around £1,400.
Officers attended and door-to-door enquiries were carried out.
Any relevant CCTV from in and around the area will be viewed for any additional information which may assist the investigation.
Constable Andrew McIlvenny said: “Sadly, at this time of year there are people out there who think nothing of stealing people’s possessions. The theft of these items is having a significant impact on the family and I am appealing to anyone who may any information or knowledge about this crime. Also, I would ask people to be on the look-out for anyone selling bikes, electric scooters or garden equipment, it could be this family’s possessions.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number on 1002 of 9 December, 2021. Alternatively, please speak to Crimestoppers where you can give your information and remain anonymous.
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