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Police probe spate of break-ins

A SPATE of break-ins, attempted break-ins and thefts in Oban are not the work of a master criminal but someone who is an opportunistic thief, officers at Oban Police Station said this week.

Four incidents over Tuesday and Thursday, November 1 and 3, saw a local business, a garden centre, a multi-national store and a taxi broken into over the course of one night.

While police denied the incidents were a crime wave, they did say they were following leads in every case.

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