Tools worth more than £1,000 stolen in Wisbech break-in
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More than £1,000 worth of tools were stolen following a break-in in Wisbech.
A property in Harecroft Road was broken into between 5pm on Tuesday, October 21 and 9am on Wednesday, October 22.
It is believed entry was gained via a small, ground floor window to the rear of the property and tools and builders equipment worth about £1,300 were taken.
One item was a silver ‘Makita’ compound mitre saw which has a four inch long plastic handle missing from the back of the saw. It also has numerous pen marks across the gauge which are unique to the saw.
Other items include a set of combi aluminium ladders, a black and grey Magner tool pouch containing a variety of tools such as tool cutters and screwdrivers, a large black waterproof style bag with a small red logo containing various tools and a black Titan hammer drill.
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DC Shelly Reeve said: “I would urge anyone who has been offered any tools they believe to be stolen, or who has any information regarding the theft to call us.”
Anyone with information should contact DC Reeve on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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