POLICE in Lerwick are looking for help in investigating two acts of vandalism committed in the town over the festive season.
Sometime between 28 December and 4 January 2020 two sections of down pipes, one six metres and the other 1.7 metres long, were ripped from its fixings on a three storey house in Charlotte Lane.
Meanwhile, a caravan left in the North Ness area has been vandalised between 28 and 30 December 2019.
Anyone who could assist police in their enquiries is asked to contact Police Scotland on the non-emergency telephone number 101, or call along Lerwick police station.
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