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Break-in at Drummond Stores, Inverness
Appeal for witnesses after a theft from a shop in the Drummond Road area of the city.
Entry was forced to Drummond Stores around 4.30am on Wednesday, May 23.
A quantity of cigarettes and alcohol were removed from the shop by an unidentified man.
A quantity of cash worth a low three-figure sum was also stolen.
Police were alerted shortly after 5am and enquiries have been ongoing since.
Officers are keen to speak to a man seen in the area at the time, described as being about 6ft 2in tall and of skinny build.
He was wearing a red top, black hoodie, light blue jeans and black Adidas trainers.
Commenting Enquiry officer Constable Catherine Lowe said:
"We are appealing to anyone who was near the Drummond Road area in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
"The man seen in the area may have had use of a vehicle in order to move the stolen items.
"I would urge anybody who recognises his description or saw a vehicle in the area to get in touch with us.
"Anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious can contact us on 101, quoting incident NN6606/18. You can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
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