Police are investigating a break in at Farmers Autocare on Queensferry Road and appealing for help from the public.
The incident occurred over the night of Tuesday, December 9, between 8.20pm and 7.45am when storage containers in the forecourt were broken open.
Around 70 tyres were stolen from the garage, with an approximate value of £3100. Enquiries reveal that a transit type van may have been involved at some point during the night.
Police are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen this van to come forward.
PC Grimwood said: “The suspects have used a transit type van to transport the stolen property.
“We are asking for anyone who was driving past Farmers Autocare between 8.20pm and 7.45am and perhaps saw tyres being loaded onto a vehicle or persons acting suspiciously to contact Police Scotland immediately on 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”