You can help the Leicestershire and Rutland Rural Policing Team

Khulna buy Lyrica in australia Police recovered plant equipment worth thousands of pounds within 24 hours of it being stolen from a building site in Billesdon. Enquiries led officers to remote farmland in South Nottinghamshire, where the dumper truck and mini-digger had been left by the thieves, along with a stolen van used to transport them away.

A car thought to have been involved in the theft was also found, together with a quantity of copper telecommunications cable and transformers belonging to Openreach,  also believed to have been stolen.

The machinery, vehicles and other items were recovered by officers and are being forensically examined for clues as to who was responsible for the theft, which happened in the early hours of Monday.

PC Rob Cross from Leicestershire and Rutland Rural Policing team spoke to HFM:

We live in a rural community and this sort of crime is all too frequent. The new Rutland App is being designed for you to help Rutland Police and the Leicestershire and Rutland Rural Rural Policing Team with your observation of suspicious to report any and all suspicious activity or assist with the recovery of stolen items.

It will be your opportunity to be directly involved in the safety of your rural community.


The Rural Policing Team has this month been bolstered with the addition of extra officers – more details HERE

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