Police witness appeals
Tayside Police are looking for information on the following crimes:
The window on a white Peugeot Boxer van was smashed whilst it was parked in Colonsay Street, Perth between Saturday, December 22 and Wednesday, December 26. (CR/31450/18)
Between Monday, December 24 and Thursday, December 27 a window was smashed at Balhousie Castle, Hay Street, Perth. (CR/31526/18)
A black coloured Giant hybrid bike was stolen from Canal Street, Perth between mid-day and 10.30pm on Monday, December 24. (CR/31456/18)
Overnight on Friday, December 28 a white Ford Transit Tipper was damaged whilst parked in Dunkeld Road, Perth, when the bodywork was kicked. (CR/31784/18)
The paintwork on a blue Ford Fiesta was scored whilst parked in Foundry Lane, Perth overnight on Sunday, December 30. (CR/31863/18)
A wing mirror was broken off a white Vauxhall Zafira motor car parked in James Street, Perth between Friday, December 28 and Monday 31. (CR/36/19)
The paintwork on a grey Audi A3 motor car, was scratched whilst it was parked in Main Street, Inchture between Sunday, December 30 and Monday, December 31. (CR/43/19)
About 4.30pm on Christmas Day a walker found a badly injured sheep in a field at Cardrona, Alyth Road, Rattray. A local vet attended and found the sheep had significant bite marks to its leg which appeared to be caused by a dog.
As a result of the injuries the sheep had to be destroyed. Dog owners are reminded to keep their pets under close supervision particularly around livestock . (CR/31457/18)
About 2.15am on Friday, December 28 East of Scotland Farmers Ltd, Forfar Road, Coupar Angus was broken into. Two males were seen to run off from the premise when the alarm activated. (CR/31608/18)
The paintwork on a blue and grey Audi A6 motor car was scratched whilst parked in Main Street, Abernethy between Thursday, December 27 and Friday 28. (CR/31624/18)
A window was smashed at the Community School of Auchterarder between Sunday, December 23 and Friday 28.
A bench was also damaged in the bike shed area. (CR/31623/18)
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.