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Police in Wick Appeal For Information After Break In

2nd August 2012

Police in Wick are appealing for information regarding a commercial premises being entered on Rutherford Street, Wick.

Police would like to hear from any members of the public who may have seen or heard anything suspicious in this area between about 4pm Monday 30th July and 11am Wednesday 1st August 2012.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Police in Wick on 01955 603551. Information can also be left confidentially on Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

 

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