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"At least" two outboard engines were stolen from Salcombe Yacht Club last week.

At some point between 15th and 21st April, at least two outboard engines were stolen from the racks behind the boat house at Salcombe Yacht Club, Salcombe. 

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Please ensure that all engines are locked, marked and you have the serial numbers, if it is possible please take your valuables home."

If you see anything suspicious, or you know anything about these recent thefts, call 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously. The crime reference is CR/031991/21. You can also contact the officer in charge of this investigation, PC Jo Pengilly, on 07921 061657. 

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