A WOMAN was robbed of a three-figure sum of cash and a phone while relaxing in her back garden. 

Thieves raided a home on Shieldhall Road yesterday while its occupants enjoyed some sun in the backgarden, helping themselves to a Samsung S7 phone and a "low three-figure sum of cash".

The victim took to social media to warn others in the area about the possibility of opportunist thieves in the South Side neighbourhood trying doors. 

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She urged people to look out for people trying to sell a her phone, which she wants back, as it has "all my photos on it". 

Police are investigating the incident, which took place on Wednesday, April 8 at around 3.30pm. 

A spokesman for Police Scotland said: "Police Scotland received a report of a sneak-in theft at a property on Shieldhall Road in Glasgow around 3.30pm on Wednesday, April 8.

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"A mobile phone and a low three figure sum of cash was stolen.

"Enquiries are ongoing and at an early stage."