Police launch appeal for tractor and baler stolen from Hertfordshire site
Police are appealing for witnesses and information following the theft of a tractor and baler, which was stolen during a burglary in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire.
Offenders cut a lock at Home Park Works in Station Road to gain access to the site overnight between Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27.
PC Chris Holding from the Abbots Langley Safer Neighbourhood Team is investigating. He said: “The tractor is a large vehicle and is likely to have been loaded onto the back of a truck to be taken away.
“As it’s quite an unusual vehicle, I’m keen to hear from anyone who may have seen it being driven onto a lorry or it travelling on the back of a lorry.
“If you were in the area on the night of the incident please think back and get in touch if you believe you can help our investigation.
Any information – however seemingly insignificant it may appear – may prove very useful.
“Additionally, if you were driving in and around the area and have a dash cam, please review it and – if you’ve captured the tractor at all – please let us know.”
Helping the inquiry
Anyone who has any other information contact PC Holding on: [email protected]
You can also report information online or using the non-emergency number ‘101’, quoting reference ’41/37814/19′.
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