POLICE have issued more details about a theft from a house in Sumburgh in November.
They say items taken from the house, which is in the vicinity of the Sumburgh Hotel, included a Hereford bull ornament, a ceramic Frisian cow ornament, a weather barometer, a tin of silver thrupenny bits, fire brigade long service medals and a green Humpty Dumpty teapot.
All items are of sentimental value to the family.
The theft is said to have taken place between midday on 23 November and 11am on 27 November.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Alternatively they can attend Lerwick Police Station, quoting reference number NL1759/18.
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