Police in Perth appealing for information following number of break-ins and attempted break-ins

Police Scotland is appealing for information following several break-ins and attempted break-ins across Perth and Kinross.

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Police Scotland is appealing for information following several break-ins and attempted break-ins across Perth and Kinross.

A garage in Smithfield Way in Blairgowrie was broken into between midnight and 1am on Saturday, 27 January, and two motocross bikes were stolen.

In Main Street, Guildtown a house was broken into between 11pm on Friday, 26 January and 8am on Saturday, 27 January. A silver BMW X3 was stolen, registration V13 LAH.

Around 7.45pm on Friday, 26 January, 2024 a house was broken into in Ferntower Road in Crieff. The suspects were disturbed before making off empty handed.

A man was disturbed in a garden in Turretbank Drive, Crieff around 8.15pm on the same date.

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Several homes and vehicles were targeted between 1am and 5am on Thursday, 25 January in William Dickson Drive and David Farquharson Road in Blairgowrie. A white Ranger Rover was stolen, but later recovered.

In Stirling Street, Blackford, a garage was broken into a KTM motocross bike was stolen sometime between 4pm on Sunday, 21 January, and 2.30pm on Tuesday, 23 January.

Police Sergeant Mark Craig of Kinross Police Station said: “I would appeal to anyone with any information about these crimes to contact us.

“I would urge all residents to think about the security of their homes, sheds, garages and outbuildings. I would like to remind people of the importance of taking simple crime prevention measures day and night and the role they can play in keeping an eye out for suspicious goings on in the area.

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“Residents should ensure that your home, farm and outbuildings are secure. Lock windows & doors, remove keys from locks and keep out of visible reach. Consider fitting intruder alarms, CCTV and good outside security lighting, check regularly to ensure they work; for visibility at night, consider sensor-operated lighting which is convenient and an effective deterrent.”

Further advice can be found on our website https://www.scotland.police.uk/advice-and-information/your-home/your-house/

Anyone with any information should contact Police Scotland on 101 or Crimestoppers can be contact anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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