John Deere agricultural equipment taken in four thefts in the Chatteris, March and Elm areas
- Credit: Archant
Thieves have stolen a collection of John Deere agricultural equipment in four separate incidents in the Chatteris, March and Elm areas.
On February 10 a John Deere 3720 tractor and Ifor Williams trailer were stolen from an address in Byall Fen Drove, Chatteris.
On February 9 a number of items were stolen from an address in Upwell Road, March, including four John Deer steering systems and four SF3000 Starfire GPS position receivers.
On January 31 three John Deer GPS position receivers were stolen from an address in Byall Fen Drove, Chatteris.
On January 26 two John Deer GPS position receivers were stolen from an address in South Brink, Elm.
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A police spokesman said: “These are all highly valuable items and vital to the work of the businesses they were stolen from.”
Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, via crimestoppers-uk.org or on 0800 555 111.
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