Appeal for information following burglary in Lymington
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We are appealing for information following a burglary in Ashley Lane, Lymington on Thursday 28 September.
The incident, which happened between 7.10pm and 9.45pm, resulted in £15,000 worth of bike and tools being stolen from a shed and vehicle, both of which were forced entry to.
Two other vehicles were also broken into and damaged during the incident.
The stolen items are described as follows;
- Privateer custom-made mountain bike, with an aluminium, silver and red suspension - Honda 22i 3kw generator (red) - Makita Kango drill (teal) with a metal chuck x 2 - Makita Combi hammer drill (teal) with a metal chuck x 2 - Makita impact driver (teal) - Makita reciprocating saw (teal) - Makita 5 amp power tool batteries (black) x 4 - 10ltr, half-full jerry can (red) - Makita battery charger docks (black) x 2 - Mac Allister 4-inch disc cutter (black and white) - Mac Allister two-handled 9-inch angle grinder (black and white)
We would like to speak to two men in connection with this incident, as we believe they may be able to help with our investigation. The men are described as;
- Both wearing grey tracksuits - Both wearing dark trainers (a pair of which were Nike Air Max 95) - One appeared bald - Both were older than teenagers
If you think you know the identity of these men, or someone has tried to sell you similar items since this incident, please let us know by calling 101 and quoting incident number 44230398011.
Also, if you were in the area of the theft that night and witnessed anything suspicious, or you have any CCTV of the incident, including doorbell camera and dash cam footage, please get in touch with us.
You can also report to us by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.