Mystery of street’s stolen ‘public puffin’ sparks police probe

Police in Fife are appealing for witnesses following the theft of a hand carved wooden statue of a puffin from public ground in James Street, Cellardyke.

The incident happened between 6pm on Sunday 16th April and 8am on Monday 17th April.

Community Sergeant Neil Johnston from St Andrew’s Police Station said: “This is an attractive addition to the street and its disappearance has caused a lot of upset in the local community.

“This was donated by a generous member of pubic and local officers are urging anyone who may have anyone information to its whereabouts to contact police on 101.”

Alternatively they can pass any information anonymously to Crimestoppers 0800 555 111

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