27th January 2020
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Generator stolen from Scottish Water compound

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Lerwick police are making enquiries after the theft of a diesel generator from the Scottish Water compound at Sandy Loch, south of the town.

They say the incident happened between 12th January and 15th February.

It is a Yanmar diesel generator mounted on a trolley measuring about three by two and a half feet.

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 or alternatively attend at the Lerwick Police Station.

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