Police investigating high-value thefts
Series of incidents across Tayside region being investigated by officers.
15 June 2010 11:10 GMT
Police are investigating a series of high-value thefts across the Tayside region.
Officers in Angus are appealing for information after two Chinese Satsuma vases were stolen from the garage of a house in Keithhall Gardens in Birkhill.
The property was targeted sometime between 8.20pm on Monday June 14 and 6.10am on Tuesday June 15.
The vases, collectively worth around £3000, are three feet in height and both are heavily decorated with gold and floral patterns and each has a lid which features a Chinese dragon. Both vases were resting on rosewood stands.
In Arbroath, ten single phase motors have been stolen from a barn at Peebles Farm. The motors, which are grey and red, are collectively worth around £3000. It is not known exactly when the motors were taken.
Meanwhile, Orwell Bowling Club in Wester Loan, Milnathort, was broken into sometime between 9pm on Sunday June 13 and 8.45am on Monday June 14.
Thieves made off with over £3000 in cash, a cash box, and a quantity of DVDs.
A Tayside Police spokesman said: “If you know who is responsible, or if you know where the stolen good are now, please get in touch with Tayside Police on 0300 111 2222.”