POLICE are investigating three incidents said to have happened in Lerwick in the last few days.
A report was received of a break-in to a boat within Skipidock Harbour, which resulted in the theft of two fishing rods.
This is believed to have occurred between Wednesday morning and this morning (Friday).
A parked white vehicle, meanwhile, was damaged by a black vehicle near the Jamieson and Smith wool brokers on North Road at some point between 6pm on Wednesday and 7am the following day.
Finally, a black vehicle was seen driving in an erratic manner on the road from the Co-op roundabout towards the North Gremista industrial estate at around 4pm on Thursday (21 May).
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
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