A number of German Second World War medals have been stolen in a house raid in Dumfries.
Thieves also made off with thousands of pounds worth of jewellery during the break-in at a house in Loganbarns Road some time between Monday 16th May and Wednesday 18th May.
Police are appealing for anybody with information to come forward.
"Here we have a second house this week broken into in the town while the occupants were away from home.
"Again, jewellery appears to have been the target for the thieves. We need the help of the public to help catch those responsible and I would urge anyone who has seen or heard anything suspicious to get in touch through the 101 number.
Police are investigating a burglary at a builder’s supply yard in Station Yard, Grange-over-Sands.
The incident is thought to have happened between 6.30pm and 11.30pm on February 21. CCTV shows the suspects leaving the area at around 7pm, before returning at 11pm. A large quantity of lead was stolen.
Police would like to speak to the men in the CCTV images, or to anyone who can identify those pictured.
Police in Lockerbie are investigating a break-in at Lockerbie Bowling Club which took place between 9.00am on Thursday (29th October) and 9.00am on Friday (30th October).
The value of property stolen is approximately £20,000 including grass cutting equipment.
This seems to have been a targeted raid and would have required a vehicle to remove the property. We ask anyone who may have seen anything suspicious around the area of the bowling club over this period to let us know on the 101 system."
A trailer which was loaded with with over nine tonnes of Kellogg's breakfast bars has been stolen from the Lockerbie Lorry Park at Johnstonebridge.
It's thought the theft took place around 2:30 yesterday morning.
It's estimated that the value of the goods in the trailer amount to around £45,000.
Detective Constable Martin Lumsden from Police Scotland CID said
we are currently carrying out investigations into what is a high value theft which has obviously involved an element of planning. We are reviewing CCTV footage and want to hear from anyone who may have been in or around the area of the lorry park around the time of this theft, or indeed the hours and days prior to the theft as those responsible may have been in area carrying out some form of reconnaissance and planning. Information can be passed to us through the 101 number.
An Acer laptop computer, a small safe, and around £1000 worth of jewellery including rings, watches. necklaces and bracelets have all been stolen from a home in Dumfries and Galloway.
The house, on Glenwhargen Avenue in Kirkonnel, was broken into sometime between Saturday 30 May and Tuesday 2 June.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland.
Two ponds in Dumfries and Galloway have been targeted by thieves.
Sixteen fish were stolen from a pond at a house in Grahamsfield, Kirkpatrick Fleming at some point last night.
The fish, orange goldfish, black and orange Koi carp, and large orange Koi carp, have a value of around £400
It follows a similar theft of fifteen Koi carp, with a value of around £500, from a pond at a house in Newton Square in Springfield.
This is a very unusual type of theft for our area, and certainly to have two similar thefts, only a few miles apart and in such a short timescale does add to the theory that they may be linked.
We are however keeping an open mind and would ask anyone who may have any information which may assist in these enquiries to get in touch with me though 101"
St Cuthbert's church in Carlisle has been forced to close its doors for a month following a spate of thefts.
Hannah McNulty reports.
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Two bronze bishop's mitres that were stolen from a Carlisle church have since been recovered.
Both items, which were the latest in a series of thefts at St Cuthbert's church, were found close to a restaurant in the city centre.
But the church is still set to close its doors until CCTV has been installed.
A church in Carlisle is closing its doors for a month following a series of thefts.
St Cuthbert's, on Blackfriars Street, will be open for services and pre-arranged events but will be closed during the day to visitors until CCTV is installed.
Two bronze bishop's mitres are the latest items to be stolen from the church.