Saffron Walden and Great Dunmow weekly crime round-up

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Foreign cash was stolen from a home in Wethersfield on Friday (December 4).

Burglars broke in through a kitchen window of a home in Braintree Road between 9.15am and 11.45am. They stole an amount of Euros.

A crate of beer was taken from a barn by thieves.

On November 28, a padlock clasp was broken off the door of the building in Stickling Green, Clavering. Once inside, the suspects took a crate of Becks, worth £10.

The lock of a white Audi was damaged in The Heath, Hatfield Heath, overnight on November 30.


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The car’s alarm went off when the car was damaged.

Hundreds of pounds worth of oil was stolen from a tank in Great Dunmow.

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Thieves stole £600 of oil from a tank in the garden of a home in Parsonage Lane between 8am and 1pm on November 29.

Tools worth more than £4,000 were taken from a van on Tuesday, December 1.

The front passenger window of a yellow Ford Transit, in Parsonage Downs, Dunmow, was smashed open by the thieves, who gained entrance to the rear cage.

The Stihl tools taken were an H3131 Pole Saw worth £900, a MF201T chainsaw at £700, a MS026 chainsaw also worth £700, a MS044 chainsaw worth £1,100, a MS023 chainsaw valued at £400 and a BG86 handheld blower worth £300.

A clear fuel can, worth £30, and a £300 tree climbing kit were also taken.

A forklift has been taken from a farm in White Roding.

The red Manitou vehicle was stolen from the Church Lane farm overnight on December 1.

A Ford C-Max was stolen from outside a home in Bambers Green, Takeley.

The theft happened overnight on December 2.

INFORMATION: If you have any information about any of these crimes, call Essex Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 11.

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