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Nairn police probe mean theft of kids' scooters


By Neil MacPhail

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Police have appealed for information following a theft in Nairn.
Police have appealed for information following a theft in Nairn.

POLICE have appealed for help from the public after two scooters were stolen from their Nairn school.

The theft was at Rosebank Primary and is thought to have taken place between 3pm on Friday, October 9 and Sunday, October 12.

In particular Police Scotland say any information regarding suspicious persons in the area of the school over the weekend would be of importance, and have issued a description of the scooters.

One is a Purple Maxi Micro and the other is a pink Trunki Scooter. Both are three wheeled.

Anyone with information regarding this theft should please contact 101 and quote reference NM/1466/20 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to pass information anonymously.



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