Can you help the po­lice with th­ese in­ci­dents?

Perthshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

Tay­side Po­lice are look­ing for in­for­ma­tion on the fol­low­ing crimes in Perth and Kin­ross:

Overnight on Wednesday, April 4 into Thursday, April 5 at Achray House Hotel, Com­rie a se­cure heat­ing fuel tank was forced opened and ap­prox­i­mately 1850 litres of kerosene was stolen from within. (CR/8513/18)

Be­tween Saturday, March 24 and April 6 at Cri­eff Hy­dro Hotel, three bikes were stolen from the re­cre­ational area of the hotel. (CR/8204/18)

At 2pm on Saturday, April 7 a red quad bike was stolen from Powmill Milk Bar, Rum­bling Bridge, where it was placed in a white Ford Tran­sit. (CR/8223/18)

Overnight Friday, April 6 into Saturday a mo­tor ve­hi­cle parked with Quiech Place, Kin­ross had all four tyres slashed. (CR/8289/18)

On Friday, April 6 at Ge­orge Street, Coupar An­gus petrol cans were stolen from the rear of a Iveco Daily tip­per truck which was parked up. (CR/8388/18)

Be­tween 8am and 4pm on Wednesday, April 4 within Davie Park Place, Rat­tray a bike was stolen from a rear gar­den. (CR/8301/18)

A quan­tity of oil was stolen from an out­door tank be­tween Saturday, March 24 and Saturday, March 6, at West Redhu, Kirk­michael. (CR/8332/18)

On Sunday, March 8 at Lums­den Cresent, Al­mond­bank, a brick was thrown at the rear wind­screen of a sil­ver mo­tor ve­hi­cle. (CR/8337/18)

Be­tween Friday, Fe­bru­ary 23 and Sunday, April 8 in Miller Road, Lun­carty, an in­se­cure shed had var­i­ous items stolen. (CR/8423/18)

Overnight Sunday, April 8 into Monday, April 9 a mo­tor car parked within Bir­nam Cres­cent, Perth was van­dalised with win­dows to the front and rear smashed. (CR/8442/18)

Be­tween Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8 ap­prox­i­mately 100 litres of fuel was stolen from an oil tank at Lo­gieal­mond Pri­mary School, Methven. (CR/8481/18)

Overnight on Monday, April 9 into April 10 at New To­day, a fur­ni­ture shop at Canal Street, Perth had the win­dow dam­aged by a stone been thrown at it. (CR/8492/18)

Any­one with any in­for­ma­tion that may be use­ful should con­tact Tay­side Divi­sion on 101 or any po­lice of­fi­cer, quot­ing the crime ref­er­ence num­ber listed at each in­ci­dent. Al­ter­na­tively in­for­ma­tion can be passed anony­mously via the char­ity Crimestop­pers on 0800 555 111.

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