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Theft of wreaths causes distress

The theft of several wreaths from a Moray cemetery has been condemned by police.

The wreaths were taken from Hillhead Cemetery in Portknockie over the festive period.

A police spokesperson said: "The theft causes distress to the victims, who were paying their respects to loved ones over Christmas."

Grampian Police appealed for anyone who may have any information to contact them.

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