20th November 2018
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Money stolen from bookshop

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Police are requesting information on a break-in and theft from the Christian Bookshop in Lerwick at the weekend.

Lerwick police are appealing for information. Photo: Kenneth Shearer

Lerwick police are appealing for information. Photo: Kenneth Shearer

According to detective sergeant Bryan Ronald the Market Street shop was broken into and a quantity of money stolen between Friday and Saturday.

He said: “Police are keen to speak to anyone with knowledge of this incident, or saw any person acting suspiciously in the area.

“Police would also like to hear about any person who has recently taken receipt of money they are not accustomed to.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.

About Peter Johnson

Reporter for The Shetland Times. I have also worked as an employed and freelance reporter and editor for a variety of print and broadcast media outlets and as as a freelance photographer and film maker/cameraman. In addition to journalism, I have experience in construction, oil analysis, aquaculture, fisheries, the health service and oral history.

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