Thieves make 'slow' getaway, Colyford
SEATON police have hit out at thieves who made a quick getaway with two slow warning signs.
SEATON police have hit out at thieves who made a quick getaway with two 'slow' warning signs.
Officers placed the signs out on the A3052 at Colyford on Friday, January 22, which was closed during the floods.
But at 11pm, two signs were taken from their stands.
Pc Roy Hutter said it was a serious issue because the signs were used to highlight danger to members of the public.
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He said: "Without this equipment we are putting ourselves and toher members of the public at danger.
"They are an important part of equipment that are used every day by officers to highlight potentially dangerous situations and alert road users to travel past these signs with caution."
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Anybody with any information is urged to contact police on 084542 777 444, quoting KN/10/22