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£3000 jewellery raid

JEWELLERY worth over £3000 was stolen from a house in Penpont while the occupants were on holiday.

Police are investigating the break in at Marrburn Road, which happened sometime last weekend, between Friday and Saturday.

Thieves took watches, bracelets and rings with a value of over £3000.

Constable Alan Steel at Thornhill said “We are keen to trace the occupants of a red coloured car which was seen in and around the Penpont area on Friday evening.  The car, which may be a Peugeot, was also seen in the village on Sunday 18 October 2015.  The car seemed to be driving slowly through the village, and was seen to stop on a number of occasions.”

Anyone with any information is asked to call us on 101.

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