Can you help the police with these incidents?
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.