Police Scotland investigate £10k pizza oven theft

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Police Scotland has launched an investigation after £10,000 worth of commercial catering equipment was stolen from a takeaway in Dundee.

Thieves made off with two pizza ovens, six-burner cookers and three stainless steel tables during the raid, which officers think happened between midnight and 3.20pm on Friday, May 6.

The business, in the city’s Campfield Square shopping area, has been closed since the items were taken. It is not clear when the owners plan to re-open it.

Police are now appealing for anyone who may have noticed anything suspicious at the time.

Anybody with information that may be useful in locating the equipment is asked to contact its Tayside Division on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.




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