Charity Garden Project Burgled In Shifnal
A charity garden project in Shifnal for people with learning difficulties and behavioural problems is counting the cost after being burgled.
Police have appealed for anyone with information about the break in at The Walled Garden Project in Coppice Green Lane to contact them on 101.
A woodworking workshop and storage room on the site both had windows smashed and power tools stolen from inside between about 7pm on Wednesday 12th September and 1pm Thursday 13th September 2012.
At this stage it is not known exactly how much has been taken or the total value.
Police Constable Jessica Hindley, who is investigating the burglary, appealed for anyone who might have witnessed suspicious persons or vehicles in the vicinity during the relevant hours to get in touch.
"Two windows were also broken to gain entry to the sheds, which will cost at least £200 to replace," she said.
"Anybody who is offered power tools such as drills or other woodworking items for sale under dubious circumstances should contact police on 101."
The Walled Garden Project offers courses on horticulture, woodland conservation, rural crafts and basic skills to people with mild and moderate learning difficulties and special educational needs. It also helps those with emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Information can also be passed on anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, where a reward is sometimes offered.