12ft crocodile stolen from Square

The crocodile is owned by the National Library

The crocodile is owned by the National Library

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A 12-FEET fibreglass crocodile has been stolen from St Andrew Square.

The sculpture, owned by the National Library of Scotland, was taken between 2pm yesterday and 8am this morning from the gardens.

Police believe it was removed via the west gate of the gardens and on to George Street.

PC Caireen Stewart said: “This crocodile is the property of The National Library of Scotland and is very unique. Due to its size, it is believed that someone may have seen something regarding its disappearance. Can any person with information please contact the police on 101.”