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Miele's Gelateria in Inverness appeals for information after vandals smash its Italian Coffee sign and crack a window

By Ian Duncan

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The facebook post.
The facebook post.

An Inverness business is appealing for information after vandals damaged a circular shop sign yesterday.

Miele's Gelateria, in Church Street, has posted on its Facebook page urging witnesses to come forward.

The post offered a reward if the information led to a conviction and added: "Last night some senseless idiot smashed our Italian Coffee sign to pieces on both sides and cracked a window.

"With the loss of tourism and doors closed for months, every small business around will tell you their income will be 50 per cent down at least and they are doing all they can to keep businesses alive and keep people in jobs let alone pay themselves.

"The last thing any of us need is to pay to replace the advertisement we desperately need to get people through our doors.

"Keep vigilant all business owners and members of the public, Inverness we are better than this."

Witnesses are urged to contact Police Scotland on the 101 non-emergency number.

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