Audacious thieves take tools from Wimbish shed and replace with broken versions

PUBLISHED: 17:25 13 April 2016

Garden tools have been stolen from a shed in Wimbish and replaced with older, broken versions

Garden tools have been stolen from a shed in Wimbish and replaced with older, broken versions

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Cheeky thieves in Wimbish have stolen tools from a garden shed and replaced them with older, used or broken versions.

The audacious burglary, which took place at a property in Maple Lane between March 6 and April 6, saw a wheelbarrow, lawnmower and garden hose taken.

The burglars then replaced the shed items with battered and broken versions.

Any information can be reported to police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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