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Monday 1 and Wednesday 17 August, a garden bench was stolen from
a garden in Kinross.
Sometime between Monday 15 and Monday 22 August, a shed within a
garden of a property in South Street, Milnathort, was broken into
and a black and purple BMX bike stolen. Ref: CR/022910/16.
On 20 August two distinctive pots of red and blue line marking paint
were stolen from a trailer parked in Muirs, Kinross.
Between Tuesday 23 and Friday 26 August, a container was broken
into at Bankhead Farm, Fossoway, and reels of copper were stolen.
Sometime during the evening of Sunday 21 August and the early hours
of Monday 22 August a large wooden gate and fixing post sitting
at the entrance to the car park at Vane Farm were damaged. It is
likely to have been struck by a motor vehicle. A small section of
dry stone dyke adjacent to the gate was also damaged.
A wheelbarrow, used as a planter at Powmill Bridge, Powmill, was
removed between 6pm on Thursday 1 September and 2pm on Friday 2
Between 1pm on Tuesday 6 September and 2pm on Wednesday 7 September,
a wood chipper was stolen from outside a property in Benarty Road,
Blairadam. Ref: CR/024287/16.
During the weekend of Friday 9 September, a quantity of red diesel
was stolen from a tractor which was parked within the car park belonging
to Powmill Milk Bar, Rumbling Bridge.
Overnight on Friday 16 September, a beacon light was stolen from
the roof of a red Great Wall Steed pick up motor vehicle whilst
parked in Main Street, Glenfarg.
If you have information on any of the above, please contact
Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
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Cycling on pavements
There have been complaints of children cycling on pavements in the
town centre. This is hazardous for pedestrians, particularly when
exiting from a shop or domestic dwelling which has a doorway directly
on to the street.
This is a reminder that cycling on pavements, unless it is officially
designated for cyclists (and there would be signage to indicate
this) is illegal. Rule 64 of the Highway Code and S129 Roads (Scotland)
Act 1984 refers.
Scotland – local community
Telephone 101 for non-emergencies
Community Sergeant: Sgt Grant Letham
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