NINE watches worth more than £85,000 and two luxury cars have been stolen during a break-in in North Berwick.

A grey Audi RS6 estate registration number G2 SUD and a black Land Rover Defender registration number G1 SUD were stolen at about 3am from York Road on Wednesday morning.

At the same time, nine distinctive watches, valued at more than £85,000, were stolen.

Detective Inspector Ben Leathes, of Musselburgh CID, said: “There has been a significant quantity of valuable items stolen during this incident and the victim is understandably, distraught.

“All the watches taken are of high value and are very distinctive, as is the Land Rover Defender which has had a significant amount of body customisation carried out.

“We believe the vehicles may have been parked up somewhere in East Lothian after the incident, before being driven into the Edinburgh area during the evening of August 21.

“We would urge anyone who may have seen the vehicles or who may have any information about this incident, to get in touch as a matter of urgency.”

The watches include a Jaeger le Coultre Duomètre Quantième Lunaire (£36,700), a Rolex Sea Dweller 44mm and a Panerai 1950 Steel Luminor 1950 3 Days (both £10,000) and a Rolex GMT Master 2 (£8,000).