More than £5,000 of plant equipment has been stolen from a property near Aldbrough, police said today.
The theft in Tansterne Road happened overnight between 6pm on Tuesday, June 14, and 7am the following day.
The equipment stolen included a JCB hydraulic pack, hydraulic hoses and drive arm, two Stihl saws, a Hilti Breaker, a 2kw petrol generator and other smaller items. They were taken from a locked container on a construction site.
A spokesman for Humberside Police said: “Police are investigating the theft of more than £500,000 worth of plant equipment from Aldbrough, East Yorkshire.
“The theft occurred overnight between 6pm on Tuesday June 14 and 7am the following day. The equipment stolen was a JCB hydraulic pack, hydraulic hoses and drive arm, two Stihl saws, a Hilti Breaker, a 2kw petrol generator and other smaller items.
“Handling stolen goods is a crime. Knowingly buying stolen goods is an offence. If you know anyone who is buying or selling stolen goods, call Humberside Police on 101.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen suspicious activity or vehicles in the Albrough area during the night to contact them on 101 quoting reference 2194446.
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