Valuable whisky stolen from Glenglassaugh Distillery in Portsoy

Glenglassaugh Glenglassaugh is described as an "iconic whisky distillery" on its website

Whisky believed to be worth more than £10,000 has been stolen from the visitor centre at an Aberdeenshire distillery.

Several valuable bottles were taken from the Glenglassaugh Distillery in Portsoy between Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning.

Branded clothing was also among the items taken.

PC Geraint Kalies said: "This is a very unusual theft and I am appealing for witnesses."

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