Thieves steal thousands of pounds worth of goods after break-in at a Canvey garage

Echo: Thieves steal thousands of pounds worth of goods after break-in at a Canvey garage Thieves steal thousands of pounds worth of goods after break-in at a Canvey garage

THIEVES broke into a garage on Canvey stealing thousands of pounds worth of goods.

The crooks forced their way in through the main door of a garage in Bramble Road between 10:30am on Sunday February 2 and 8am on Monday February 3 before making off with a haul of high-end equipment.

Among the items stolen were a man's black and white Giant Talon bike worth £1,000, a man's black and white Scott Voltage mountain bike worth £600, and a blue child's Mongoose BMX bike worth £300.

A number of expensive tools were also taken included a yellow cordless Dewalt 24 volt drill worth £400, a Clark 5.5 KVA generator, worth £250, a Clark petrol driven pressure washer, worth £400, a 2ft by 1.5ft by 1.5ft wooden tool case with various panel beating tools, worth £400, a Henry vacuum cleaner, worth £100, three cases of spanners and socket sets, various DVDs many of them Disney movies and an external computer hard drive.

Anyone with information about the break-in or who is offered any of the items for sale can call Essex Police on 101 or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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6:49pm Mon 3 Feb 14

the25man says...

Cheap storage wars
Cheap storage wars the25man
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7:20pm Mon 3 Feb 14

wickford-warrior says...

What about the golf clubs !!!
What about the golf clubs !!! wickford-warrior
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8:28pm Mon 3 Feb 14

John T Pharro says...

Sounds like a target theft to me. Be warned don't leave your garage door opened advertising it's contents to all and sundry especially when you hear the familiar "ding dong" of a passing open backed vehicle.
Sounds like a target theft to me. Be warned don't leave your garage door opened advertising it's contents to all and sundry especially when you hear the familiar "ding dong" of a passing open backed vehicle. John T Pharro
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