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Increasing number of farm-based thefts, police urge vigilance

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Increasing number of farm-based thefts, police urge vigilance

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Police are urging vigilance after an "increasing number" of thefts of high value agricultural equipment. 

Devon and Cornwall Police say there has been an "increasing number of thefts of high valie agricultural GPS systemand from tractors and farm machinery" across the South West.

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Operation Walrus is the National Police response aimed and detection and prevention of this type of crime. Please be vigilant, take steps to protect your equipment and report any theft or suspicious activity to us."

Find out more about rural crime and prevention on the Devon and Cornwall Police website: www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/advice-and-information/rural-crime/ 

 

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