Police are appealing for information following a number of burglaries in Tidworth.

On 9 May between 11.15pm and midnight, a storage unit in Jagdalik Road was broken into and a petrol generator and two fire extinguishers were stolen.

Overnight, between 5pm on 11 May and 8am on 12 May, a building site opposite Tedworth House was broken into and a large amount of equipment was stolen including pipe lasers, tripod harnesses, petrol compacting plates and lifting chain hoists. The equipment is believed to be worth approximately £10,000.

The water treatment works in Humber Lane were also targeted during this time, and a silver Land Rover Defender 110 with a registration number RE06 WLB was stolen. The vehicle was a single truck cab with flat bed and a crane attachment on the rear.

PC Andy Morgan said: “The items stolen in these burglaries are of high value and I am keen to hear from anybody who saw or heard anything suspicious in the areas targeted during these times to get in touch.”

Call 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously via 0800 555 111.

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