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UPDATE: Three figure sum stolen during Corrigarth Hotel break in overnight in the Crown area of Inverness

By Alan Shields

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The Corriegarth Hotel in Inverness was broken into on Friday.
The Corriegarth Hotel in Inverness was broken into on Friday.

Vandals stole a three figure sum of cash during an early morning break in at an Inverness hotel police have said.

The Corriegarth Hotel in the Crown area of the Highland capital posted a picture of smashed windows on social media this morning.

The hotel said they will be open for business as usual later on after cleaning up the mess that was made.

As well as the windows, doors and other equipment was damaged during the break-in.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “We received a report of a break-in and theft from a premises on Heathmount Road, Inverness, around 8.05am on Saturday July 30.

“It is believed the incident happened around 4am on Saturday.

Entry was gained and a three-figure sum of cash taken.

“Enquires are ongoing and anyone with any information is asked to contact 101 quoting incident 0911 of July 30, 2022.”

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