A CAR stolen from Edinburgh has turned up after the thief was involved in a crash in Glasgow.

Cops investigating the incident have concluded that a white Audi Q7 was nicked from Mossend Gardens in the capital city at around 4am on Tuesday, July 26.

A blue Audi Q series was seen in the area at the time and drove off with the stolen vehicle. 

Almost two hours later, the stolen car was involved in a crash with a parked car in the Burnbrae Street area of Springburn. 

Now officers are keen for any witnesses to the crash in Glasgow to come forward with information which could help the case. 

Detective Constable Adam Gow of CID in West Lothian said: “Our enquiries so far have revealed that a blue Audi Q series entered Mossend Gardens at around 4am, a man exited the vehicle, made his way into a property, stole the keys and made off with the white Audi Q7. Both vehicles left the area together.

“At around 5.50am, we received a report of a crash involving the white Audi Q7 and a parked car in Burnbrae Street, Springburn.

“We are appealing to anyone who may have information as to who stole the vehicle from West Calder, or who witnessed the crash in Glasgow to come forward.

“If you were in these areas and have private CCTV or captured anything on dash cam footage, I would ask that you get in touch.

“Anyone with any information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident 0453 of July 26, 2022.”