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Quad bike stolen from Eathope farm.

Burglary, Easthope, Much Wenlock

  • Incident number: 0106S 120419 - Theft of quad bike
  • Date: 15/04/2019
  • Sender: PCSO 6421 Mal Goddard
  • Business area name: Much Wenlock

A red Honda 420 quad bike was reported stolen from a farm in Easthope in the early hours of Friday the 12th of April 2019.

Unidentified offenders have stolen a Honda quad bike from an Easthope farm.

On Friday the 12th of April 2019, a red Honda 420 Quad Bike, was stolen sometime between midnight and 8:30am from a farm in Easthope. The quad bike had been secured with a heavy duty chain and padlock and was close to the farmhouse. It is believed that the offenders pushed the vehicle out of the farm and then made off through a field. It is probable that more than one offender and another vehicle were involved in this incident.

If you have witnessed any suspicious behaviour in the area of Easthope on Thursday night or Friday morning, please call 101 and refer to incident 0106S 120419.

Details of the stolen quad bike have been added to Police computer systems so that if it is recovered, it can be returned to the rightful owner.

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