Man charged over ‘luxury car thefts’ at industrial estate

Two Range Rovers and an Audi A4 were allegedly stolen from a unit in Newbridge Industrial Estate.

Arrest: Alleged theft of luxury vehicles. Police Scotland
Arrest: Alleged theft of luxury vehicles.

A man has been arrested and charged in connection with the alleged theft of luxury cars in Edinburgh. 

Two Range Rovers and an Audi A4 were reported stolen from a unit in Newbridge Industrial Estate between Saturday and Sunday last weekend. 

Police Scotland have now confirmed a 32-year-old man as been arrested and charged in connection with the incident. 

Detective sergeant David Wright of Corstorphine CID, said: “Initially it was suspected that three Range Rover vehicles were stolen but enquiries have confirmed that this was only two.

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“One white and one black Range Rover have been recovered as part of our investigation, however, a white Audi A4 is still to be traced.  

“Enquiries are currently ongoing and I would ask that anyone with any information surrounding this incident get in contact with Police.”

The man is due to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Monday.