Alyth benches and cairn targeted
Perth and Kinross area commander Chief Inspector Ian Scott compiled the Crime Beat column covering the last three weeks in east Perthshire.
Anyone with any information about any of the incidents detailed that may be useful is asked to contact Tayside Division on 101 or any police officer.
Alternatively information can be passed anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
•At about 6.45pm on Wednesday, September 27, a silver and blue Suzuki GSX 1300cc Hayabusa motorbike registration number W266OSL was stolen from Elm Court, Alyth.
•Between 1.45pm and 4.30pm on Sunday, October 1, a red Volkswagen Touran car had a tyre punctured whilst parked at the rear of Alyth Parish Church, Bamff Road, Alyth.
•Between 2.30pm on Thursday, September 28, and 9.30am on Friday, September 29, a sneak-in theft took place at a house in Glenshee Drive, Rattray.
Householders are urged to ensure their property is secured at all times, even when they are within, to prevent these thefts taking place.
•A green coloured racing bicycle was stolen from Davie Park Place, Rattray, between 8.30pm and 9pm on Thursday September 21.
•Between 12pm on Saturday, October 9, and 9am on Monday, October 11, two wooden benches and a stone cairn were damaged at Alyth Community Woodland.
•Overnight on Tuesday, October 10, two windows were smashed in the telephone box in Market Square, Alyth.
•Overnight on Friday, October 13, a black Mitsubishi Outlander motor was vandalised in Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie.
•Overnight on Friday, October 13, a white Vauxhall Corsa car and a door to a property were vandalised in Hatton Road, Rattray.
•About 2am on Sunday, October 15, a gate was vandalised at a property in Calton Street, Coupar Angus.