Police in Inverness have arrested a 58-year-old man in relation to a city centre cafe break-in.
The theft of cash worth £50 and a radio from the Buonissimo Food Street Cafe on High Street happened during the early hours of yesterday morning.
Detective Inspector Eddie Ross said: “We are grateful for the support of the public during this enquiry, which we are glad to have resolved swiftly.”
Speaking to the Press and Journal Owner Andrea Miola said he was “shocked” to learn his business was subject to a break-in.
He said: “The police called me at 5.30am, woke me up to advise me that there has been a break-in. someone had messed up the window of the front door unlocked the door and entered inside the shop and they have stolen money and the shop radio.
We can confirm a man, 58, has been arrested and charged in connection with a break-in to a café in #Inverness city centre.
He has been charged in following a theft from the Buonissimo Food Street Café on the High Street during the early hours of Thurs, Aug 29.
— InvernessPolice (@InvernessPolice) August 30, 2019
“The shop is run by me and my wife and we don’t know who did this.”