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Large amount of scaffolding poles and equipment stolen

Alert message sent 05/05/2020 11:44:00

Information sent on behalf of Humberside Police

I am currently investigating the theft of a large amount of scaffolding poles and equipment valued at £20,000 from the locked and secure compound opposite your address.

The incident occurred between 27th April 2020 at 14:00hrs to 30th April 2020 at 16:00hrs.

I am keen to identify any persons entering the compound - which have remained locked between these times. It would be fair to say that a lorry would probably have been used to transport the very heavy and long steel poles ranging from 4m to 8m in length and it is believed that it would have required at least 2 persons to lift the poles either through or over the fencing. It would have taken some considerable time to complete and therefore may have appeared to have been nothing out of the ordinary.

6” of white gloss paint has been painted on the end of each steel pole and some have the logo “Caspian” in purple and orange paint – so they can be identified.

If you have any information no matter how small, please contact myself via the e-mail above or ring the police anonymously on 101, quoting the IR number 16/49341/20. If you have any private CCTV I would be very grateful if you could spend a few moments having a look at it and let me know if anything has been picked up on it.

Thanking you in advance.

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Lloyd Sharkett (Police,PC,Hull West/East Patrol)

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