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Stolen Equipment from Angling Club theft

Alert message sent 23/07/2018 12:02:00

Information sent on behalf of Angling Trust

An angling club near Hemel hempstead in  Hertfordshire has been subject of a substantial burglary to its club house and out buildings . 
If you are offered or see for sale any of the following items and you view the transaction with suspicion please contact the Police .

List of Equipment Stolen

4 x Honda strimmer                           

4 x Support slings for above              

3 x Stihl chain saws, Arborist            

                                    12 inch           

                                    16 inch             

1 x Stihl pole saw,                              

2 x Honda powered generators 2400Kw,      

1 x Kawasaki powered generator,   2300Kw

1x Stihl leaf blower,                           

1x Stihl hedge trimmers,

1x Honda wacker plate compactor   

1x Stihl petrol disk saw,                     

1x Draper Air compressor,                

1x electric 12volt winch unit, towing hitch mounted,

1 x 4hp Honda outboard engine,    

1 x 4hp Mariner outboard engine    

1x longshaft Honda outboard engine,

1x Milwaukee 12volt cordless drill,

1x Titan concrete breaker,                 

3x Silky hand saws,                           

1x climbing harness Willians,            

1x climbing helmet,                            

20 x Carabiners,                                

Climbing ropes – possibly 300 metres in various lengths

Message sent by
Dave Wilkins (Angling Trust, Regional Enforcement Officer, South East)

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