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Recent Local Crime

Between 10am and 11am on 21 October a sneak in theft occurred at a property at Rumbling Bridge. Ref: CR/28262/16.

Overnight on Monday 17 October damage was caused to a BMW car parked in a driveway off Springfield Park, Kinross.

About 3.30am on 31 October property was stolen from an insecure shed in Parliament Square, Kinross. A male aged 40-45, 5’ 8”, scruffy appearance, grey stubble and wearing a dark hoodie and jacket was seen in the area at the time. Ref: CR/29247/16.

Between 31 October and 1 November, an outbuilding was broken into at Craigton House, Cleish and a motorbike and garden equipment stolen. Ref: CR/29383/16.

Overnight on 3 November a theft from outside a property as well as break-ins to a car and to sheds occurred in McWilliam Place, Kinross. Ref: CR/29638/16.

About 5.20pm on Friday 4 November a male was bitten by a dog on the pathway running between Station Road and Bowton Road, Kinross. The dog owner is described as being in his late fifties, 5’10” tall, medium built, grey straggly hair, wearing a dark (possibly grey or brown) jacket and dark trousers and was smoking a cigarette. The dog in question was a small, dark dog with pointy ears. Ref: CR/29712/16.

Overnight on Wednesday 9 November a large quantity of pink diesel was stolen from a bowser at a construction site located off the B9097 near to Cleish. A blue Ford Transit van was seen in the area in suspicious circumstances. Ref: CR/30224/16.

Between 7.30am on Wednesday 9 November and 7.30am on Thursday 10 November wooden slats were stolen from a cast iron public bench in the village of Powmill. Ref: CR/30230/16.

A Citroen Berlingo parked in the High Street, Kinross had a window smashed and property stolen from it between Saturday 12 and Monday 14 November.

Between Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 November a wooden lock-up near to the Gospel Hall, Montgomery Street, Kinross, was broken into. A timber shed in Montgomery Street, Kinross was also broken into and a number of Powercraft power tools were stolen.

A trampoline in Bowton Road, Kinross was vandalised between Sunday 20 and Monday 2 November.

Between Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 November a theft occurred from the stables at Baltree Farm, Hatchbank Road, Kinross.

Overnight on Sunday 20 November a black mini coupé was damaged whilst parked in Stirling Road, Milnathort.

A New Holland tractor was stolen from Carden Farm, Glenlomond between Thursday 17 and Friday 18 November.

Between Sunday 13 November and Friday 18 November a white Lunar Delta caravan was stolen from Levenmouth Farm, Balado

If you have information on any of the above, please contact Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

Police Scotland – local community
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Community Sergeant: Sgt Grant Letham

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