Ford Transit vans targeted for theft of power tools Bourne and Stamford

Alert message sent 27/10/2019 17:36:00

Information sent on behalf of Lincolnshire Police


 
Incident 491 26/10/19        BOURNE
 A Ford Transit Connect van has been targeted while parked near to the junction of Meadow Gate and George Street, Bourne.  The unknown offender/s have then stolen numerous power tools from within.  
This happened last night, Saturday 26th between the hours of 7:30pm & 11pm.
 
Incident 153 27/10/19          BOURNE
Power tools to a high value have been stolen from a Transit van while parked in George Street, Bourne. This theft happened sometime after 2pm Saturday afternoon 26th and 9am this morning 27th October.
 
Incident 226 27/10/19           BOURNE
Overnight in Willoughby Rd, Bourne a further Ford Transit Connect van has been targeted. Entry has been gained by unknown offender/s who have smashed the driver’s side window.  Power tools have been stolen from within. 
 
 
Incident 376 26/10/19             STAMFORD
A Transit van in Caithness Road, Stamford has also been targeted for the high value power tools stored inside.  Unknown offender/s have stolen these sometime from 10pm Friday 25th and 7:20pm last night, Saturday 26th October.
 
Incident 259 27/10/19              STAMFORD
Another report of a high value theft of power tools from a Ford Transit van.
This has occurred in Chestnut Crescent, Stamford between 11pm Saturday 26th and 7am this morning 27th October.
 
If you can assist with Police enquiries, please call 101 or email force.control@lincs.pnn.police.uk quoting the relevant incident number.
 
Alternately call CRIMESTOPPERS anonymously on 0800 555 111
 
Ryhall (Leicester Police) has also been targeted whereby it is alleged that 2 Transit vans have had the power tools stolen overnight.
 
 
Thank you for your continued support
 
PCSO Sandra Brommell
Bourne and Billingborough NPT
 
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Sandra Brommell (Support, PCSO NC45 Bourne & Billingborough, Bourne Station)

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