Two Men Charged With Alleged Thefts and Attempted Thefts

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Tuesday March 13 2018

Two men aged 29 and 32 from Elgin have been charged in connection with numerous alleged thefts and attempted thefts from commercial premises in the Moray area.

Police Officers received reports of ten separate incidents between January and March in Elgin and Buckie whereby diesel, tools and other electrical equipment were taken.

Follow extensive enquiries undertaken by officers in the Divisional Alcohol & Violence Reduction Unit (DAVRU) the men were arrested in connection with these incidents.

PC Rosanagh Davison, who led enquiries, said:

"Thank you to all those who provided information in connection with this investigation."

She added:

"Acquisitive crimes in the Moray area are rare so when they do happen we use every resource available to us to detect them.

"It goes without saying that local businesses should be able to operate without the fear of being targeted however it is crucial that owners think about having robust security measures in place to deter potential thieves.

"For further information and advice on protecting your property from acquisitive crime visit the Police Scotland website or call 101."

 

 

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