Police appeal over latest Peterhead robberies

Roanheads sign
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Police are appealing for witnesses after robberies at two Peterhead properties.

The first incident occurred at a house in the town’s Clerkhill area between 7.30pm and 11pm on Tuesday, January 28.

As a result, a quantity of jewellery and electrical items worth a low four-figure sum of money were stolen.

Then at about 7pm on Sunday, February 2, entry was gained into a property in the Roanheads area.

A quantity of electrical items and a sum of cash totalling a mid four-figure sum was stolen.

Officers are keen to trace two males seen in the vicinity at the time of the incident. The first man is described as being approximately 6ft tall, of slim build, wearing a balaclava, black jacket, black trousers and black shoes.

The second male is described as 5ft 10ins, of slim build, and also wearing a balaclava, black jacket, black trousers and black shoes. Both men were also wearing black leather gloves.

Sergeant Gilbert Buchan, of the Peterhead Community Policing Team, said: “We would like to take this opportunity to remind residents to continue to be vigilant in securing their property and to not leave valuables unattended.

“If anybody has any information regarding the theft or believes they may have seen something suspicious in the area at the time they are urged to contact us on 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”