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Police Scotland officers in the Highlands appeal for information after theft by housebreaking incident at home in Inverness

By Philip Murray

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A thief who broke into an In Inverness house in the early hours of the morning is being hunted by police.

Officers have appealed for witnesses and information after a theft by housebreaking incident in Mason Road sometime between 12.30am and 4.30am on Wednesday morning.

“Any information can be passed to police by calling 101 and quoting PS-20240515-0517,” said a police spokesperson. “Anonymous information can be provided to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

Meanwhile, with the warmer, shorter nights now here the police have moved to remind the public to make sure windows and doors are locked.

A spokesperson said: “[We} are reminding members of the public to be aware and vigilant of the security of their homes and vehicles.

“Please ensure vehicles are locked when not occupied and all doors and windows are locked at night in particular on the ground floor of properties.

“Please check the 'Your house' section of the Police Scotland website for useful Crime Prevention measures to consider when securing your home.”

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