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Caithness News Bulletins January 2003

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WARNING TO B & B OWNERS
Police in Inverness are warning Bed and Breakfast owners to be wary of a couple who left their B & B yesterday taking their key but leaving no money.

Police were alerted to the incident by the owner of the Ivybank Guest house on Old Edinburgh Road yesterday morning.  The after described couple booked in on Saturday 4the in the evening and left the premises after breakfast failing to pay their 50 bill

THEY ARE DESCRIBED AS
1. MALE, 40ish, 6' TALL, SHORT DARK HAIR.  THE MAN SPOKE WITH AN AMERICAN ACCENT.
2. FEMALE, EARLY 20s, 5'2", VERY STOUT BUILD WITH DARK BROWN HAIR.

GUEST HOUSE AND B&B OWNERS AS ASKED TO BE EXTRA VIGILENT AT THIS TIME AND ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE SEEN THE COUPLE ARE ASKED TO CONTACT THE POLICE IN INVERNESS ON 01463 71555.