Two automobiles have been stolen in a single week in Aberdeen | Jobi Cool

The Audi was seen being driven in Mounthooly after it was stolen.  Photo: Police Scotland
The Audi was seen being pushed in Mounthooly after it was stolen. Picture: Police Scotland

Two investigations have been launched after two automobiles have been stolen in Aberdeen inside per week of one another.

A white Seat MII, registration SV63 XHA, was taken from outdoors a property on Hutcheon Avenue within the metropolis at round 4pm on January 5.

Then, a black Audi A3 was stolen from Holburn Avenue final week between Wednesday and Thursday. The registration for that automobile has not but been issued.

It was then seen being pushed within the Mounthooly space of ​​town at round 11.15am on Thursday.

Officers have launched appeals for witnesses who might have seen both automobile since they have been stolen.

Constable Paul Hay, who described the Audi, mentioned: “The automobile is a particular three-door mannequin with silver wing mirrors and tinted rear home windows.

“I’m interesting for anybody who might have seen the automobile since Wednesday, or anybody who has dashcam or CCTV footage within the Mounthooly space to contact the police.”

Anybody with data ought to contact police by calling 101 quoting reference CR/000444/23 for the Audi and PS-20230105-2366 for the Seat.

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