Stolen turkeys described as the Rolls-Royce of birds
Christmas dinners worth more than a thousand pounds have been stolen from a family-run butcher.
Turkeys and other meats, intended for customers at Davidson’s Butchers, Inverurie, were taken from the cold store outside Dobbies in Aberdeen on Friday night.
The Copas turkeys, dubbed “the Rolls Royce of birds”, had been specially-reared on a free-range farm and were being kept in the storage unit before being handed out today.
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