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Police are appealing for information after an outboard engine was stolen in Dartmouth. 

Devon and Cornwall Police are appealing for "witnesses and anyone with information" in connection with a report of theft of an outboard engine from a boat which was in the area of North Embankment, Dartmouth.

A police spokesperson said: "A 6HP Tohatsu outboard engine was stolen, along with the fuel tank and cover. This took place sometime between 6.30pm on Monday 11 April and 9am on Tuesday 12 April."

Anyone with information, CCTV in the area or who has been offered a similar engine is asked to please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. quoting crime CR/0370719/22.

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