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VANDALS and thieves aren't acting any differently under lockdown – they're still preying on society. Police are looking to speak with any member of the public who may have seen a male dressed in blue joggers and hoodie and carrying a Morrisons bag who was trying car door handles in Hamilton Court, Stranraer, around 9.30am on Sunday May 10. Between May 7 and May 10, a number of items were stolen from a white Vauxhall Aguila motor car that was parked at the rear of Laburnum Grove, Stranraer. Anyone with information regarding this crime should contact Stranraer Police and ask for the enquiry officer, Pc McNairn. Between May 3 and May 10, a silver Mazda motor car parked and unattended in King Street, Stranraer, was vandalised. The paintwork of the car was scratched and the police would like to hear from anyone who has any information regarding this crime. Between 11.30am and 12.30pm on Monday, two hanging plant baskets were stolen from a garden at Belmont Crescent, Stranraer. Enquiry officer Pc Gayle Allison would live to hear about who might be the green and light-fingered culprit.

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