Rumburgh: Collection of power tools stolen from farm outbuilding


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Gardening equipment and tools have been stolen after an outbuilding at a farm in Rumburgh was burgled.

Between 1.30pm on June 6 and 5am on June 7 a Makita 50mm saw, a selection of masonry bits and wood drills in a Makita box, a blue Makita drill and driver, a red and black Snap-on MT2500 diagnostic tool with keys, an orange and white Stihl TS400 stone cutter, an orange and black Stihl hedge trimmer, a red and silver Honda strimmer, an orange Paslode first fix nail gun, an orange Echo chainsaw, a Stihl chainsaw, a carpenter’s steel adjustable square and a Stanley 10 and a half inch plastic handled carpenter’s bevel were stolen.

If you have seen any of the items since they have been taken or if you have any information about this theft, please call Pc Kate Edwards at Halesworth Police Station on 101.

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