Tools worth thousands stolen from Hadleigh workshop

THOUSANDS of pounds worth of tools were stolen from a Hadleigh workshop.

Police officers in Castle Point are asking the public to speak to them if they have been offered any tools for sale after items worth several thousand pounds were stolen from a garage workshop.

The items taken include Snap On electric impact wrenches, screwdrivers, socket sets, spanners and a diagnostic scanner.

They were taken between November 19 and 20.

Anyone with any information in connection with the break in or regarding the tools is asked to contact PC Ahren Perry at Rayleigh Police station on 101.

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6:34pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Nowthatsworthknowing says...

The quality of a peerless padlock, cannot be stressed highly enough, alarms and CCTV, all available at little cost, but then perhaps that's why it was targeted?
The quality of a peerless padlock, cannot be stressed highly enough, alarms and CCTV, all available at little cost, but then perhaps that's why it was targeted? Nowthatsworthknowing

7:14pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Howard Cháse says...

Must have been a wrench to discover that....
Must have been a wrench to discover that.... Howard Cháse

7:24pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Nowthatsworthknowing says...

Howard Cháse wrote:
Must have been a wrench to discover that....
Insurance jobby ????
[quote][p][bold]Howard Cháse[/bold] wrote: Must have been a wrench to discover that....[/p][/quote]Insurance jobby ???? Nowthatsworthknowing

8:34pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Fcuk Da Police says...

What a bunch of tools.
What a bunch of tools. Fcuk Da Police

11:35am Tue 3 Dec 13

Howard Cháse says...

Bit of window shopping down the high streets of the area looking in the legised fences windows will probably find them quick enough
Bit of window shopping down the high streets of the area looking in the legised fences windows will probably find them quick enough Howard Cháse

9:19pm Tue 3 Dec 13

John T Pharro says...

19th to 20th November stolen and the police ask now for the public's help. Somewhat late?
19th to 20th November stolen and the police ask now for the public's help. Somewhat late? John T Pharro

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