£50,000 burglary witnesses sought
5:00pm Tuesday 20th August 2013 in News
Dyfed-Powys Police is appealing for information following a commercial burglary in Templeton, which totalled more than £50,000.
The incident occurred at Larkspur Garage between 2.30am and 4.30am on the August 19.
Items removed from the location included a large amount of motor-cross clothing (‘Fox’ make) and Blue Volkswagen camper van, registration AV06XFT.
The motor-cross clothing consisted of trousers, jackets, gloves and helmets.
Detective Constable Aled Williams said: “This was a well-coordinated burglary and the offenders used the stolen camper van to transport the high-value clothing.
“In addition, the vehicle has alloy wheels. However, one wheel was removed and discarded a short distance from the scene and the spare wheel placed on the vehicle. Therefore the vehicle may have one 'odd' wheel, which may be significant to locating it.”
If you witnessed this incident or have information in regards to this burglary please contact Dyfed-Powys Police on 101 and ask for Tenby CID.
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