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Police investigating whether ‘cruel' and ‘despicable' break-ins at Inverness care homes linked to incidents in March

2 monthes ago   |   By Press and Journal

Police are hunting thieves who made off with a substantial amount of cash after breaking into three Inverness care homes.
An appeal for information has been launched after a sum of money totalling more than £700 was taken.
Police have said the incidents could be linked to break-ins at care homes in Inverness, Daviot and Kingussie back in March.
In this week's incidents, thieves targeted the specialist dementia unit at Church of Scotland run Cameron House on Culduthel Road, Kinmylies Lodge and Highview House Care Home overnight between Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning.
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