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Thefts from vehicles

Alert message sent 09/10/2018 17:33:00

Information sent on behalf of Lincolnshire Police

Good evening this is a message from PCSO Nicola Stuchfield, we have had a number of calls relating to thefts and attempted thefts from vehicles. The vehicles are all work vans and items taken include mainly tools but also a wallet. The incidents took place in Woodhall Spa, Coningsby and Scrub Hill. If you have any information please call 101.

We have also had a  Makita tool bag found in a hedge in the Scrub Hill area but do not have a loser, if you have any information please call 101 quoting incident number 370 08/10/18. Alternatively call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

I would also like to take this opportunity to remind you to remain vigilant, ensuring vehicles are secure and valuables are not left in or are safely out of sight, and please report anything suspicious.Thank you.
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Nicola Stuchfield (Support, PCSO NC58 Woodhall, Conningsby & Tattershall, Woodhall Spa Station)

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