Appeal to public after Shooftie hit by break-in

The public has been asked to check for stolen art and craft work after a break-in last weekend.

Stock worth thousands of pounds was stolen in the early hours of Sunday morning from Shooftie, which opened in Helensburgh’s James Street earlier this year.

The owners say they are devastated – they have contacted the suppliers affected and are working with police to give them as much detail as possible.

They have asked the public to keep their eyes open for anyone selling the handmade stock from the shop, including:

  • Lesley B Jewellery
  • Meadwells Harris Tweed Bags
  • Tom Peters Pens
  • Silver Wren Jewellery
  • Mo’s Beady Eye Jewellery
  • Driftwood Harp Jewellery
  • Sally Weaser Jewellery
  • Lomond Soap
  • Martin Harper Antler Sgian Dubs
  • Scottish Botanicals soap
  • Louise Scott prints

The shop is now open as usual again.