We had a report that fuel was stolen from plant machinery that was stored in a secure yard on Brick hill lane in Ashley overnight. Offenders have come well prepared with large containers to steal this fuel.
We are asking people to be vigilant and look out for any suspicious people carrying these types of containers and to report this through to the 101 number. Offenders got away with 800 litres of fuel.
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