POLICE in Shetland are appealing for information following two reported break-ins in Unst at the weekend.
Isles officers said that entry was forced to the Baltasound Hotel overnight on Wednesday 26 October, while on Friday (28 October) evening entry was forced to the Saxa Ford Resort.
No items are believed to have been taken from either location.
As part of their ongoing enquiries, officers are appealing for anyone who witnessed any suspicious behaviour to get in touch by dialling 101 or calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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