Appeal for Information

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Monday November 13 2017

Police in Caithness have appealed for information after entry was forced to a number of houses in the Union Street area of Wick.

The incident took place sometime between Thursday, November 4 and Monday, November 6.

Damage was caused to two houses with entry having been forced, with further signs of attempts to force entry at other properties on the street.

Commenting Detective Constable Kevin Byrne said:

"Information of assistance would include any people acting suspiciously in the area or having been seen to be loitering around any addresses on the street.

"Anyone with any information or knowledge in respect of this incident is urged to contact police via 101, quoting reference NJ6299/17.

“Alternatively, information can be provided anonymously via Crimestoppers - 0800 555 111."



More From Highland Times

Latest News Live

Scottish Government Funding to Address Mobile Notspots

Kate Forbes MSP (pictured) has welcomed news that the…

Read More ›

Cross Party Support for Refugee Families Reunion Bill

Angus MacNeil MP (pictured) has welcomed cross-party…

Read More ›

View all


Repsol Honda Team Grand Prix of Qatar

The wait is over as 2018 MotoGP World Championship…

Read More ›

Crutchlow Aiming High Ahead of New Season

LCR Honda CASTROL rider Cal Crutchlow is in positive…

Read More ›

View all

Clip Of The Day

Groove is in The Heart

A great weekend in store at Cairngorm Mountain & Badaguish…

Read More ›

3000 Trees...

The death of Willie MacRae. A Play by Andy Paterson.

Read More ›

Newsletter Signup

Register today and can keep upto date with latest news at Highland Times 24/7