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Police re-appeal for information regarding North-east ATM incidents

Kevin Schruyers is wanted in connection with the ATM incidents

Kevin Schruyers is wanted in connection with the ATM incidents

Police have renewed their appeal for information from the public into a series of attempted thefts from ATM machines in the North-east.

Detectives issued a previous appeal for information on the whereabouts of Kevin Charles Schruyers, aged 40.

He was known to have been living in the Aberdeenshire area but information suggested that he may have returned to Liverpool and could be in the Huyton or Kirkby areas of the city.

Detective Inspector Graeme Mackie said: “We are renewing our appeal for information on the whereabouts of Kevin Schruyers and have appealed for anybody who recognises his description to come forward.

“So far, this investigation has involved a great deal of work by our team of officers and we wish to thank members of the public for coming forward with any information.

“Although a good bit of work has already been done, we would still like to appeal to the public to come forward if they have any more information which they believe may be of assistance to us, in particular in tracing Kevin Schruyers.”

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting Operation Thrip.

Meanwhile, Robin Vaughan, aged 40, who police previously appealed for information on in relation to the ATM incidents across the North-east, has now been traced.

 

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