Christmas Wreaths stolen from Linlithgow Aldi

The Grinch has struck in a West Lothian town as all of an Aldi store’s Christmas wreaths were stolen today in Linlithgow, police have confirmed.

All of the Christmas wreaths at the store on Falkirk road were reported as stolen (Photo: Jonathan Meyer, Pexels).
All of the Christmas wreaths at the store on Falkirk road were reported as stolen (Photo: Jonathan Meyer, Pexels).

Someone was seen stealing all of the Christmas wreaths which were displayed outside the Aldi store on Falkirk road in Linlithgow and then seen bundling the festive decorations into a red car.

The car in question is a red Clio with registration HK03 OUW.

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Police Scotland confirmed that the incident has been reported to them and local officers have an appointment to speak to the complainer to gather more details.

Store bosses are keen to gather any further information from members of the public who may have seen the Grinch Christmas wreath thief.

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