Over £6000 worth of Christmas trees have been stolen from a farm in the Scottish Borders.
A total of 420 Nordman Pine trees were taken from Shielsknowe Forestry at Brundenlaws Farm near Jedburgh in Roxburghshire.
The theft was discovered by farm owners on Monday morning (November 26th).
The trees were packaged and placed on pallets, awaiting distribution to IKEA stores when they disappeared.
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