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Three West Suffolk thefts prompt police appeal




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Police are appealing for information following the thefts of two trailers and an off-road vehicle in West Suffolk.

The first incident took place in Dalham between 5pm on Tuesday January 20 and 6.45am on Wednesday January 21, when burglars broke into a store room at premises in Gazeley Road. A John Deere ‘Gator’ off-road vehicle, along with an Ifor Williams silver metal canopy which would go over the top of a flatbed truck, were stolen.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Pc David Button at Mildenhall Police on 101 quoting MH/15/119.

The first trailer theft took place on Tuesday January 27 between 8.05pm and 8.25pm at farm premises in Depden, when an Ifor Williams trailer was stolen.

It’s thought a pick-up truck was driven onto the site and the silver four-wheel flatbed trailer hitched up to the vehicle by three men – one a younger man with a noticeable limp - before it was stolen.

Officers are asking anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area, the trailer being moved, or anyone with information about who took it or where is it now, to call Pc Daniel Aston at Haverhill on 101 quoting HH/15/225.

Another trailer, with a Timberwolf chipper on it, was taken from North Road, in Lakenheath, between 6pm on Wednesday January 28 and 7am on Thursday January 29. Both the trailer and the chipper were later recovered from a wooded area in Beck Row.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Brandon Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101 quoting MH/15/163.



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