‘Deplorable’: Police arrest thieves who stole from Salvation Army charity clothing banks in Edinburgh

Heartless thieves who stole from Salvation Army charity clothing banks in Edinburgh have been arrested and charged by police.

By Gary Flockhart
Monday, 12th October 2020, 3:59 pm

The incidents happened in New Mart Road, Colinton Mains Road and New Swanston Road between 10.15pm and midnight on Sunday, 11 October, 2020.

The men, aged 32 and 41, are due to appear in court at a later date.

Chief Inspector Scott Richardson said: “Stealing from a charity is deplorable and I would like to thank the Salvation Army for their assistance with our enquiries.”

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Police have arrested and charged two men who robbed Salvation Army clothing banks in Edinburgh.

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