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Plant Machinery Theft - Milton Malsor

Alert message sent 15/08/2020 10:01:00

Information sent on behalf of Northamptonshire Police

There has been a report of a theft from Gayton Road, Milton Malsor whereby offender(s) have stolen 2x items of large plant machinery. The items were extremely heavy and slow therefore it is highly likely the offender(s) have used a large vehicle, trailer or low loader to take the machinery.

This happened between 6:00pm on Thursday 13th August and 9:00am on Friday 14th August 2020.

Did you see or hear anything in the area that was suspicious?

Do you have CCTV or Dashcam footage that may have captured any sightings of the offenders or any possible vehicle.

If you noticed anything suspicious in the area or have any CCTV or dash cameras covering the area between these times, please contact Northamptonshire Police on 101 or follow the below online reporting link, quoting occurrence number 20000422892.


In an emergency when there is a crime in progress , life at risk or an offender nearby , call 999.

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Nicole Degg (Police, Police Community Support Officer, Daventry and South Northants)

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