Police are warning of a string of agricultural thefts -are you secure?

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Devon and Cornwall Police are asking "Are you secure?" after a string of agricultural thefts in the region. 

PC Whitting, Rural Affairs - Devon, said: "Over recent weeks we have seen an increase in the theft of items such as agricultural plant and machinery, quad bikes, horse trailers and various tools and equipment. Farms, businesses, yards and also rural properties have all been targeted.

"Initially they were located on the North of Devon, in particular, Holsworthy and South Molton, but are increasing across the South West.

"Please see the attached sheet which provides guidance on how to improve your security in a variety of ways."

PC Whitting added: "Please.... if you see anything or anyone suspicious call it in on 999 (if ongoing and of an urgent nature) or via 101 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via the web chat."

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