Farm equipment worth £6,000 stolen

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More than £6,000 of equipment has been stolen from a farm near Coupar Angus.

Locked outbuildings at the site, just of the A925, were raided overnight between Friday October 27 and Saturday October 28.

Thieves made off with more than 20 pieces of equipment, including chainsaws, strimmers, angle grinders, reciprocating saws, cordless drills, strimmers, an electrical transformer, a space heater, a Yamaha boat engine, and 100 litres of diesel.

Police Scotland is urging farmers and rural homeowners to double check on the security of their outbuildings, barns and sheds following the theft, and is asking anyone with any information to get in touch.

 

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