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We are appealing for witnesses or information following a burglary at a farm premises in Stoke.
The burglary occurred at around 3am in the early hours of Monday, June 30 at the farm in Stoke Lane, Stoke.
The suspects rammed a gate to gain entry to a field, then entered an outbuilding from which they stole a rough terrain vehicle and three ride-on lawnmowers.
Two of the stolen items have been recovered, the rough terrain vehicle and a lawnmower but the other two, a Hayter ride-on mower and a Efco ride-on mower, remain outstanding.
The recovered goods were found on a track beside a railway line in Whitchurch, along with a trailer stolen from another burglary in Windmill Hill, Andover, on the same night.
If you have any information about these crimes, or have been offered ride-on lawnmowers in suspicious circumstances, please get in touch by calling 101 and quoting reference 44200238519.
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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We encourage you to report all incidents as soon as you are able to. Keep high value items such as quad bikes, plant machinery or power tools secured and locked at all times or out of sight if possible. Consider installing CCTV, tracker devices, automatic security lights and/or a monitored intruder alarm system to assist with crime prevention.