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Another spate of thefts from vans in Spalding




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Police are asking Spalding residents to check their CCTV footage following more attacks on vans.

The request follows another spate of theft of tools from vans overnight on Wednesday.

Investigating Officers are asking anyone in the following areas to check any CCTV they may have for a silver or pale blue Audi A3, possibly with five doors.

They would like to trace the driver and occupants of this vehicle seen between 2am and 4am in the Spalding areas of Commercial Road, Low Road, St Annes Way and Woolram Wygate

Several vehicles have been broken into and in some cases property stolen. The items taken are tools and include a dewalt drill, a planer and power tools.

Police are still collecting details of stolen property so cannot be more specific and cannot offer values of property stolen, but they know one victim has lost tools valued over £1,700.

The vehicles targeted include a Vauxhall Vivaro, Citroen Relay, Peugeot Partner, Peugeot Boxer Mercedes Sprinter and seven Ford Transit vans.

A spokesman said: “Please check your CCTV if you live in the roads mentioned between the relevant hours and let us know if you have any images that you think could help with our enquiries.

“We would like to hear from you if you have any information that could assist the enquiry. There are a number of ways you can report.

“Via our non-emergency number 101, quoting incident number 10 of March 1, through the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org

In an emergency always call 999



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