Thieves steal thousands of vegetables

Green-fingered thieves nicked thousands of vegetables, including carrots and leeks, in a raid at a famous greenspace. They stole the entire winter harvest which included 1,000 carrots, 200 leeks and 200 swedes along with onions, celeriac, beetroot and turnips. Staff at the vegetable garden in Glasgow's Pollok Park believe that the raid must have been premeditated due to the huge number of crops that were stolen. Staff uncovered numerous unfamiliar footprints in the soil, which didn't match the standard steel-toe cap boots worn by the grounds staff at the site.

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