Thieves make off with high-value cars from showroom
Three Audis with a combined value of £75,000 were stolen from a company in East Calder.
Three high-value cars have been stolen from a showroom in West Lothian.
The cars, all Audis, were taken from the Calder Motor Company premises on the Camps Industrial Estate in East Calder sometime between 1.30am and 6am on Tuesday.
In addition to the theft of the vehicles - which have a combined value of £75,000 - police said "significant" damage was caused to other vehicles and the showroom itself.
Detectives are now investigating the theft and have appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
Detective constable Andrew Young of Livingston's Criminal Investigation Department said: "This was a high value theft and we are eager to trace those responsible as soon as possible.
"I would ask anyone who was in the Camps Industrial Estate area in the early hours of Tuesday, April 9, and saw anything suspicious, to contact police at their earliest convenience.
"Likewise I would ask people to living in the wider West Lothian area to look at the images of these vehicles and if they do recognise them or know where they might be to get in touch with us immediately."
The stolen cars are a white Audi RS3, registration YF65 XLP, and two black Audi S3s with the registration numbers GU63 NGN and SP65 GBX.
Anyone with information can contact police on 101.