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Theft of Caithness AI technician's van and trailer


By Jean Gunn

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The stolen van featured a similar logo as this previous vehicle which belonged to local AI technician Willie Mackay.
The stolen van featured a similar logo as this previous vehicle which belonged to local AI technician Willie Mackay.

Police have launched an appeal for information following the theft of local AI technician Willie Mackay's van and trailer in Caithness yesterday.

The white Citroen Nemo van and a silver Ifor Williams trailer were taken from Banniskirk, Halkirk, around 3pm on Sunday (October 18).

Numerous sightings of the distinctive vehicle with it's red AI Cattle Breeding Service logo emblazoned along the side were posted on Facebook after the theft was reported.

The five-year-old van, which has Mr Mackay's personalised number plate, W111 KYE, was located around 9pm last night while the trailer was located around 4pm.

Anyone with information should contact 101 quoting incident NJ1834/20




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