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Highland police appeal after farm shop at Docharty Brae in Dingwall hit by thefts on consecutive months


By Neil MacPhail

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Police appeal over Dingwall thefts.
Police appeal over Dingwall thefts.

A FARM shop at Dingwall has been hit by two thefts, a month apart.

Police at the Ross-shire town have appealed for information regarding the thefts at the shop on Docharty Brae on two days - one on December 14, 2021 and the second last Friday, January 14, 2022.

Officers are particularly keen to speak to the occupant of a black saloon style car sighted in the area, along with a female described as 5ft 3 in tall, stocky build, with blonde hair, blue puffer jacket, jeans and a distinctive neck mark.

Any information can be passed to Dingwall police via 101 or through email at the Contact Us page on the Police Scotland website.




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