Van, trailer and mini digger stolen from Gloucestershire farm

Police in Gloucestershire are appealing for witnesses after a transit van, trailer and mini digger were stolen from a farm in Twyning at the weekend.

Officers were called to a farm in Churchend after it was reported that a white Ford Transit van (with the registration AG57 HWO) had been stolen along with a trailer which had a red mini digger connected to it.

The vehicle is believed to have been stolen on Friday night (June 12) at around 11:30pm with CCTV footage showing two men in the area before the theft took place.

Anyone with information about the vehicle, or anyone who witnessed suspicious activity in the area is asked to call police on 101 quoting incident 114 of June 13.

Information can also be submitted on the Gloucestershire Police website.

Thieves make getaway with stolen tractors through hedge

It comes weeks after thieves in Oxfordshire made off with two stolen tractors and a forklift by driving them through a hedge.

Police said between 5:30pm and 6:00pm on Sunday, May 17 two tractors and a forklift were stolen from a property in the Gallowstree Common area. The vehicles were driven through a hedge onto Horsepond Road.

The forklift was found abandoned around three miles away on Kidmore End Road and one of the two tractors has since been recovered.

The tractor still outstanding is a small green Claas Atos 340