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Trailer, cabling and cans of fuel among items stolen in burglary at Eriswell farm premises

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a handmade trailer and a number of other items totalling hundreds of pounds were stolen from farm premises near Eriswell.

The trailer with wooden sides bearing the registration OE56 XFW, hundreds of pounds worth of cabling, batteries and a quantity of fuel in cans were among the items stolen after someone broke into a number of sheds at the premises off the B1112.

The buildings were entered between 5.30pm on Wednesday, March 25 and 8am on Thursday, March 26, with an hydraulic pump, a crane attachment for the trailer, an Hitachi grinder and a pair of boots also among the items taken.

Police are asking anyone who may have noticed any suspicious activity in the area overnight, anyone who may have seen the trailer being moved or anyone with information about who took the items to or where they are now to call Pc Luke Heffer at Mildenhall Police Station on 101 and quoting reference MH/15/542.


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