POlice in Brechin are appealing for witnesses to a number of incidents that have occurred throughout the local area in the past week
A greenhouse in the rear garden of a property in Smalls Square was entered and a Dimplex electric heater stolen between 5.30 p.m., on Sunday, February 17, and 7.30 a.m., on Monday, February 18.
A bright orange Angus Council salt spreader, with two black wheels, was stolen from the council depot off Southesk Street at sometime between midnight on Monday, February 4, and midnight on Tuesday, February 12.
Police are asking anyone who may have seen this item dumped anywhere, or who may have witnessed anyone removing it from the Southesk Street depot to contact them.
An attempt was made to forcibly enter a garden shed at the rear of a property on Smalls Square sometime between 2.30 p.m., on Sunday, February 17, and 9 a.m., on Monday, February 18.
Two stained glass windows of Gardner Memorial Church were damaged after they were struck by stones at sometime between noon on Friday, February 8, and 10.30 a.m., on Sunday, February 10.
Police are appealing for witnesses or for anyone with any information regarding these crimes to contact them on 0300 111 222 or anonymously on the Crimestoppers line 0800 555 111.
This week’s found property includes: a small purse containing cash and a key, a small frog soft toy and a mobile ‘phone.
There is still no owner for a quantity of both brown coaxial cable and Erico earthing strap.
Please call between 9 a.m., and 1 p.m., Monday to Friday to enquire at the office or call 0300 111 2222 if you think any of this property belongs to you.
To keep up-to-date with what your local community liaison police officers are doing on a day to day basis, you can follow them on social networking site Twitter.
Twitter names for local community officers are: @BrechinPC for Brechin officer Billy Rattray and @BrechinRuralPC for Brechin landward officer Iain Macpherson.
Tayside Police also have a Community Smartphone App for Apple and Android devices. Just search for Tayside Police to find the app.