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Police Appeal for Information Following Two City Housebreakings

Issued: 13 Feb 2007

Police are appealing for information into two housebreakings, which took place in Inverness over the last few days.

The first of these happened at St. Josephs School, King St, Inverness between 4pm on Thursday 8 February and 9am on Friday 9 February 2007.

A number of items were stolen from the premises including small electrical goods, a small amount of cash and a lap top computer.

The second housebreaking took place in Dunain area of Inverness between 12pm and 5pm on Friday 9 February.

Two lap top computers were stolen.

Police are following a positive line of enquiry in relation to the break-in at St Josephs.

DS Donald MacPhail said: “The break-in at St Josephs is particularly callous, as these children need the equipment as part of their education.

“We would urge anyone who has information in relation to the other break in to contact Police.”

Some of the above items may be sold on and Police are keen to recover the goods and return them to their rightful owners. It is also an offence to purchase stolen goods.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Inverness Police on 01463 715555 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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