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Mugshots of Scotland's Victorian criminals to go on show
Proceeds of Crime Act consultation - June Consultation on Fireworks in Scotland - May Consultation on protective orders for people at risk of domestic abuse - April A collection of mugshots of criminals jailed during the s and 80s is to go on show in Aberdeen. The rogues gallery includes a thief who was jailed for nine months for stealing a library book, as well as fraudsters and petty crooks. The pictures of the men and women, taken inside HM General Prison in Perth before their release, will be on display as part of the Criminal Portraits exhibition at Aberdeen Central Library and the Lemon Tree later this month.
Mugshots of Scotland's Victorian criminals to go on show 12 February Image copyright Aberdeen Central Library Image caption Alexander Thomson from Glasgow was jailed for nine months in for stealing a library book A collection of mugshots of criminals jailed during the s and 80s is to go on show in Aberdeen. She was sentenced to 12 months in jail for the theft of a sovereign, two shillings and a matchbox.
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