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Thieves make off with kids' quad bikes along with other machinery

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Thieves make off with kids' quad bikes along with other machinery

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Two Suzuki kids' quad bikes were among a long list of things stolen from locked containers at Loddiswell Business Park.

The theft took place on Wednesday, 28th April, between 9.45pm and 10.15pm, and saw locked containers at the business broken into. 

Theives made off with: 

  • Two Suzuki kids quad bikes 50cc (Blue/Yellow)
  • Dewalt cross cut wood saw
  • Stihl chain saw
  • Stihl concrete saw
  • Brand new mini tub mixer
  • Rock hammer for 3.5 ton mini digger
  • Stihl road saw
  • Ifor Williams 10 x 6 plant trailer
  • Two jcb hydraulic power packs
  • Two hydraulic jack hammers

The trailer has been recovered without any damage but there has been no updates on any other equipment. If you are offered any of these items to buy, contact the police on 101 or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


It is thought the offenders then moved on to another farm and stole two more kids' quad bikes.

Main image: CCTV of the suspected offenders 


Thieves make off with kids' quad bikes along with other machinery

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