Police are appealing to trace a man following a break in to a B&M store in the early hours of Sunday morning in Inverness.
Between 6.15am and 6.45am on May 21, the B&M store at Telford retail park in Inverness was broken into and electrical items and perfume were stolen.
Police are now hunting for a suspect who is described as being a man who is around 6ft tall and was wearing all dark clothing and a balaclava.
The suspect may have used bags to carry the stolen goods away, police said.
Detective constable Gary Hines of CID said: “We are keen to trace a man described as being around six foot tall, wearing all dark clothing and a balaclava. He may have used bags to carry the stolen goods away.
“If you saw anyone matching this description or anyone acting suspiciously near to B&M around the times, or if you have any other information regarding this incident, please contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident 1009 of May 21 or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where you can remain anonymous.”
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