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‘To steal precious jewellery from elderly people is sickening': Appeal after gang raid Highland care homes

9 monthes ago   |   By Press and Journal

Four men wearing dark-coloured clothing broke into an Inverness care home using a window and stole cash and other items belonging to residents, police have said.
The break-in at the Isobel Fraser Care Home in Mayfield Road is one of three detectives are investigating in the Highlands.
The incident occurred at 10.30pm on Friday.
Hours later at 00.40am, police received a report that Meallmore Lodge in Daviot had been broken into, again items and money belonging to the residents were stolen.
A third break-in later occurred at the Wade Centre in Spey Street, Kingussie at 3am. Two men, dressed...
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