Thieves steal three tonne digger attachment
‘It would not have been easy to move’ says PCSO Phil Anning.
A hydraulic digger attachment has been stolen from a roadside at Payhembury, police have revealed.
The three tonne pecker attachment, which is painted red, disappeared some time during the last week of April.
PCSO Phil Anning said the attachment had been left under the front bucket of a JCB.
“This is a very large piece of equipment and would not have been easy to move,” he told The Midweek Herald.
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Witnesses are urged to call police on 08452 777 444, quoting crime number KH/11/269.
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