Police are calling for witnesses after a defibrillator was stolen from a church in Broughty Ferry.
Officers launched an investigation after receiving reports that the life-saving device was taken from St Margaret’s Church, in Guthrie Terrace, between Monday, April 3, and Monday, May 1.
It is understood the defibrillator was situated on a post outside the church.
Tayside police have now launched an appeal for any witnesses into the removal of the device to get in contact.
A spokesperson said: “Longhaugh Community Policing Team are seeking any information relating to the possible theft of the defibrillator from St Margaret’s Church, Guthrie Terrace, Broughty Ferry.
“It is believed the defibrillator was removed between 03/04/23 and 01/05/23 from where it was situated on a post outside the church.
“If you are aware of it being removed for a genuine emergency or if you witnessed a theft, please get in touch using the email address below so we can try and locate it and return it.
“Please contact email@example.com quoting CR/55973/23.”
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