Stolen property recovered in Falkirk
Three men have been charged with theft following separate searches by police.
On January 13, a 48-year-old man was cautioned and charged with reset after officers from the Community Investigation Unit searched his home in Falkirk.
During the search a stolen I-pad was recovered.
On January 16, a quick thinking officers noticed what they thought was stolen property while in a house in the Charlotte Dundas area.
The property had been taken from Inchyra Road.
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Two men were charged with theft.
Sergeant Rushford from the CIU said: “I would like to remind people that being in possession of property you know to be stolen is a crime.
“If you are approached by someone wanting to sell you a bargain then the chances are the goods maybe stolen.
“The re-sale of stolen goods is often used as a source of funding for drugs or organised crime. Stolen goods do not come with the same consumer protections or warranties.”