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Engagement Drop in Day
There will be a drop in day at Kinross Police Station on Friday
4 December between 2pm and 7pm. This is open to members of the public
wishing to pop in to discuss any policing issues with their community
Recent crime locally
A black and white Rincon gent’s mountain bike was stolen from
a garden in Ochil View, Kinross, between 15 and 16 October.
Flames takeaway in Kinross was broken into between 21 and 22 October
and a quantity of cash stolen.
Jewellery was stolen from a property in Kinnesswood during a break
in some time between 15 and 24 October.
A sit on lawnmower was stolen from Powmill Milk Bar between 4pm
on Saturday 24 October and 8am on Sunday 25 October.
Two houses in Kinross were entered and property stolen some time
during the night between Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 November.
Between Sunday 8 and Monday 9 November a quantity of fuel was stolen
during a break in to Loch Leven Fisheries. This is similar to an
incident in October.
An attempt was made to break into a barn at farm premises in Milnathort
overnight Saturday 7 to Sunday 8 November. The attempt was unsuccessful.
A black 50CC scooter was stolen from the car park at the Balgedie
Toll Tavern on Tuesday 10 November between 3pm and 4pm. It was recovered
a short distance away, in Kinnesswood. Anyone who travelled on the
A911 around this time and who observed anyone on or pushing a scooter
is asked to get in touch with Police.
Jewellery was stolen during a break in to a house in Powmill on
Thursday 5 November.
Scotland – local community
Telephone 101 for non-emergencies
Community officers for Kinross-shire:
PC Rhiannon Lorimer, PC James Wilson, PC Douglas Stapleton and PC
Community Sergeant, Kinross-shire: Sgt Geoff Goodison.
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which any member of the public can contact at any time if you have
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