POLICE are looking for information following two recent reports of vandalism and one theft.
Officers are looking to speak to witnesses in relation to damage caused to a window at the old water treatment works close to the Black Gaet Junction near Scalloway.
It occurred between Friday (19 March) and Monday (22 March).
Police are also looking for witnesses after a bench at Brae High School was damaged at some point between 5pm on Friday and 8am on Monday.
Finally, officers are looking information regarding the theft of garden furniture in Sandveien, Lerwick between 6pm on Saturday (20 March) and 10am on Sunday (21 March).
Anyone with information about the three incidents is asked to contact Lerwick Police Station.
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