Almost £10,000 stolen from Lockerbie farm

Police are investigating the theft of nearly £10,000 of cash and goods from a farm in Lockerbie.

Car parts, an air gun and a sheep shearing machine were also stolen from the farm in Applegarth.

The theft occurred sometime between Friday 21 and Monday 24 June - the weekend of the Royal Highland Show.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who was in the area at the time of the incident, and who may have information that could help with their inquiries.

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