Theft from an insecure shed

AN insecure shed at a farm in Edzell was entered between 9 pm on Sunday, May 1 and Monday, May 2 and stole a red Honda TRX 500 quad bike.

Sometime between 10.30 pm on Friday, May 6, and 7 am on Saturday, May 7, a 6 ft section of a 4 ft high wooden brown fence was stolen from a garden in Nursery Park.

Sometime between 5 pm on Saturday, April 30 and 8 am on Tuesday, May 3, person(s) unknown damaged the front shop window at the Scottish & Southern Energy Shop on the High Street, Brechin.

Between 8 pm Sunday, May 1 and 8 am Monday, May 2 person(s) unknown caused damage to a blue Renault Laguna motor vehicle by scratching the bonnet and the offside of the vehicle whilst it was parked and unattended in Montrose Street, Brechin.

Between 7.30 pm and 9.40 pm on Tuesday, May 3 damage was caused to a secure and unattended beige Vauxhall Astra motor vehicle whilst it was parked in Brechin Leisure Centre car park.

Between 9 pm on Sunday, May 1 and 7 am on Tuesday, May 3 a double glazed window in a conservatory at a private property in Park Road, Brechin was damaged.

If anyone has any information on any of the above then can you please call 0300 111 2222 or call into the Police Station.

Brechin Police have received complaints regarding the amount of litter being dropped by High School pupils in the town, in particular, in the streets nearest the school.

A spokesperson from the police said: “There are several pupils who act responsibly, putting their litter in the many bins around the town, but a minority are spoiling the reputation of young people by thoughtlessly dropping their rubbish.

“This is laziness, unacceptable and, more importantly, an offence.

“Parents are again advised to emphasise to their children the need to dispose of litter appropriately.

“The High School have been made aware and Mr Dempsey will be reiterating keeping Brechin tidy.

“It should be noted that four new litter bins were paid for by the school last year in response to previous complaints.”

Found property this week includes two carbon Nordic walking poles.