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Business break in

Section:  Dumfries and West  | Tags: , ,

A BREAK-in at a business in Dalry over the weekend is being investigated by police.

Sometime between Saturday and Monday the premises at Grennan Yard were broken into and a laptop computer, cans of fuel, two water pumps and hand tools were all stolen. The value of the stolen property is in excess of £2000.
Constable Courtney Richards said: “We are keen to hear from anyone in the village who may have seen or heard anything suspicious over the weekend, and particularly late Saturday night, early Sunday morning.  It is clear that a vehicle must have been involved in this theft and we want to hear from anyone who may have been on the A713 near Dalry to get in touch if they saw anything which might help.  Callers should call us at Castle Douglas on the 101 number.”

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