As the dark nights come in Brechin residents are being urged to be vigilant following a theft of over £2,000 of jewellery from a Duke Street home.
Among the items stolen was a men’s Rotary gold watch, ladies’ earrings, several pairs of gold cufflinks, a ladies’ diamond eternity style ring, a ladies’ gold bracelet, a gold wedding band and a gold rope chain style necklace.
In addition to the jewellery a three figure sum of money was taken, as was a two figure sum of Euros.
The items were stolen sometime between 10 a.m. on Tuesday, October 22, and 10.15 a.m. on Sunday, October 27.
Anyone who can assist Police Scotland with its enquiries should call 101 or speak to any officer.
As winter draws in, housebreakers will look to take advantage of the extended cover of darkness and to profit from any householders lax security measures.
Although Tayside Division will increase high visibility patrols during the hours of darkness over the winter months with the aim of preventing crime after dark, it is vital that residents also focus on their home security.
Remember a house that looks unoccupied is tempting to criminals.