Mystery of ‘bulky’ catering equipment missing from restaurant kitchen

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Police in Scotland are investigating the theft of a “large quantity” of catering equipment from a local restaurant – but still don’t know exactly when the raid took place.

Cooking and refrigeration equipment were among items removed from the Bay Leaf Spice restaurant in Grantown, although there are no details on the value of the kit taken.

It is thought that it took place while the restaurant was closed during the festive period. It was reported to police on January 16, according to The Press and Journal.

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Police are appealing for witnesses who may have seen anybody taking the catering equipment over the Christmas or New Year period.

Constable Neil Richards from Aviemore police station said: “The items taken included bulky and heavy commercial kitchen appliances such as fridges and ovens as well as other catering equipment, removed from the premises while it was closed throughout December and early January.”

Anybody with information can contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting incident 1863 of 16 January.

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