Appeal following thefts from honesty boxes

Officers from Police Scotland are appealing for information following a series of thefts involving honesty boxes from a number of locations in Aberdeenshire including Fyvie Castle.

Officers from Police Scotland are appealing for information following a series of thefts involving honesty boxes from a number of locations in Aberdeenshire including Fyvie Castle.

Five incidents have occurred since mid-July at Fyvie Castle, Leith Hall and Crathes Castle where honesty boxes and/or their contents, have been stolen.

Two incidents have been reported at Fyvie which took place on 11 and 30 of July, two at Leith Hall with the first incident occurring between 9 August and 19 August and the second taking place on 20 August and one at Crathes, also on 20 August. All have occurred overnight and the total amount of money taken is in the region of a low three-figure sum.

Investigating officer Sergeant Keith Greig said

If anyone recalls seeing any suspicious activity at these locations on these dates I would ask that they call in with information.

I would also advise anyone using an honesty box scheme to sell local produce or collect money for charity to be aware that opportunist thieves have been operating and to take suitable preventative measures such as removing money from such boxes each night.

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