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Appeal after Kemnay housebreaking incidents

By David Porter

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Police are appealing for information following a report of a series of housebreakings reported to have happened within Aberdeenshire.

The following were reported to Police over the weekend and enquiries are ongoing:

• Stuart Crescent, Kemnay reported to have happened between 7.30pm and 8.10pm on Friday, February 28.

• The Glebe, Kemnay, reported to have happened between 3pm on Friday, February 28 and 1pm on Sunday, March 1.

• Lethenview House, Hillside, Portlethen reported to have happened between 5.30pm and 9.30pm on Friday, February 28.

• Garvocklea Gardens, Laurencekirk, reported to have happened between 12pm and 7:40pm on Saturday, February 29.

Detective Sergeant William Murdoch of Aberdeen CID said: “These are high value break-ins whereby expensive items of treasured sentimental value have been stolen.

"Crimes of this nature are heart breaking for the homeowners, their home has been sullied and cherished items stolen.

"I urge anyone who knows anything about these crimes to call Police immediately on 101.

“For local residents living in the areas affected, I urge you to cast your memory back to the times these incidents have occurred.

"Please inform us if you have noticed any suspicious persons or vehicles, every piece of information will be scrutinised as it may be important to our investigations.”

Call Police on 101, quoting the above reference numbers.

Alternatively if you wish to remain anonymous, you can call the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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