Bottles of whisky were stolen during a break-in at the Blacksmiths Centre in Gretna Green.
They were taken from the Hamper and Home Store at around 5am yesterday.
An alarm was activated, but the thief still managed to make off with whisky worth £200.
Constable Andrew Aitken at Gretna said: "We want to hear from anyone who may have been in the vicinity of the the Blacksmith Centre around this time.
“We will be reviewing CCTV and carrying out door to door enquires however anyone with information about this crime should get in touch with us on the 101 number."
Police Scotland report that a commemorative tree planted in May this year by HRH Princess Anne at Gretna Green has been cut down sometime overnight Friday 21 August.
The pear tree was planted to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the Quintinshill rail disaster.
Constable Andy Aitken of Police Scotland at Gretna said:
Police Constable Ewan Fraser says the police are appealing for information form the public.
Proposals to regenerate Gretna Green are up for discussion today, as Dumfries and Galloway council are recommended to pass a series of measures to revitalise the area.
It follows concerns that the world renowned tourist site would attract more visitors, if it was made more attractive itself.
They say the path of true love never runs smooth, well for one couple that's certainly true
Chris and Jo Watts have overcome floods, train delays and even a broken arm to make it to Gretna Green in time for their Valentines Day wedding, it looks like the story will end happily ever after, as Jenny Longden reports.
A couple due to get married at Gretna Green today, on Valentine's Day, have overcome setback after setback to arrive in Dumfries and Galloway in time for their big day.Jo King and Chris Watts from Buckingham faced train delays due to flooding in the South of England.
They then missed a connecting train to Gretna, and had to get a taxi to their hotel in time to pick up their marriage paperwork.Bride-to-be Jo fractured her elbow whilst out walking her dog last week, and is now wearing a sling.
It all began last Valentine's Day when the couple got engaged, but they were both so ill they couldn't even make it out for dinner together.
Jo says "Last Wednesday, I just thought it wasn't going to happen. But Chris was adamant that we were going to be in Gretna Green on Valentine's Day for our wedding, and said he would drive all night if he had to! I have a special bling sling for my arm to make it blend in a bit more!"
A couple have finally made it to Gretna Green after days of bad luck.
Chris Watts and wife-to-be Jo have been trying to get to Gretna from Buckingham so they could get married today, Valentine's Day.
But, they've been hindered by bad-luck along the way. Jo broke her arm two days ago and they've been struggling with flooding at home and the consequences of the bad weather whilst trying to travel north for their big day.
They've managed it, with a bit of help from good samaritans along the way.
Couples from across the country are heading for Gretna Green today - to get married at the famous Blacksmiths Shop on Valentines Day.
Nearly twenty couples are set to tie the knot at the wedding capital of the UK.
It is the most popular wedding destination in the UK and it is about to celebrate its 300th anniversary.
Now the Famous Blacksmiths Shop at Gretna Green has also joined one of Scotland's most exclusive clubs.
The centre has been awarded official Five Star Visitor Attraction Status by VisitScotland.
It joins other notable members such as the Royal Yacht Britannia in Leith and the Glasgow Science Museum.
Andy Burn reports:
The Famous Blacksmiths Shop at Gretna Green has joined one of Scotland's most exclusive clubs.
The UK's most popular wedding destination has been awarded a five star visitor attraction status putting it alongside other notable venues such as the Royal Yacht Britannia and the Glasgow Science Museum.
VisitScotland, who today handed over a plaque to commemorate the award, say only ten percent of visitor attractions reach the prestigious five stars.
Paula McDonald is the Regional Director for VisitScotland:
Five Star Visitor Attraction status is being bestowed upon the Gretna Green Famous Blacksmith Shop.
The 300-year-old attraction is now officially in the same league as the Royal Yacht Britannia at Leith and the Glasgow Science Museum.
Visit Scotland is handing over a plaque to the shop, which attracts 750,000 visitors every year.
Only ten percent of visitor attractions graded under the scheme achieve the prestigious five star award.