Camelon summer house and car broken into in 'early hours' incident

An investigation has been launched after a summer house and car were broken into in Camelon.

By Jonathon Reilly
Wednesday, 27th January 2021, 4:18 pm
Police are probing a break-in at a home in Wall Street, Camelon. Picture: Michael Gillen.
Police are probing a break-in at a home in Wall Street, Camelon. Picture: Michael Gillen.

Several personal belongings were stolen during the incident, which is thought to have taken place this morning at a home in Wall Street.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “We can confirm that officers have received a report of break-ins to a summer house and a car in the Wall Street area of Camelon, which are believed to have happened in the early hours of Wednesday, January 27.

“Inquiries are at an early stage.”

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It’s claimed an unsuccessful attempt was made to steal items from the summer house.

In a Facebook post, the householder wrote: “We had a break-in last night between 1.30-6am in Wall Street, Camelon.

“My son’s home on leave from the army and they broke into his car in the driveway and stole all his army clothing and boots, a mini fridge, blender, CD player and personal belongings.”

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