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Burglars break into sheds belonging to the Cromarty Firth Mens Shed charity in the Milton area of Easter Ross

By Ian Duncan

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Police appeal for information.
Police appeal for information.

Police in Alness are hunting burglars who damaged a number of sheds belonging to the Cromarty Firth Mens Shed charity in the Milton area.

Highland and Islands Police Division posted an appeal for information from witnesses within the last hour.

Sometimes between 10.30am on Monday and 10.30am yesterday the sheds were broken into.

Sergeant Nicky Macdonald, of Tain Police Station, said: "These sheds have been used as community based areas for crafting and woodworking by the charity and it is disappointing to see that someone had broken into them.

"Enquiries remain ongoing in relation to any items stolen from the sheds, and I would urge anyone with information to contact police.”

Anyone with information in relation to this incident can contact Police Scotland on 101 or via the website quoting reference PS-20210217-1010/NE/669/21.

Anonymous reports can be made to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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