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WITHERNSEA: Quad Bike stolen during Farm Burglary

Alert message sent 13/05/2020 08:37:00

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A crime has been reported in your area

WITHERNSEA: Quad Bike stolen during Farm Burglary sometime around 2am this morning, Wednesday 13th May 2020 a green SUZUKI EIGER DRZ 400cc Quad bike was stolen during a farm burglary on Hull Road near Withernsea.

Entry was gained to three roller shuttered barns on the farm, an alarm activation on the fourth barn disturbed the offenders who discarded two sockets sets before they left the scene on the quad bike across fields.

If you witnessed or have CCTV / DASH CAM footage of anything relating to this commercial burglary, or had sightings of the quad bike, or know the whereabouts of the quad; please contact the Police on our non emergency 101 number with investigation number 16/52861/20

Please continue to report suspicious activity, you call is important to us and our communities.

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rren Bainton Wildlife & Rural Crime Team

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