Outboard engines stolen from airfield storage unit, police appeal for witnesses

Police are investigating after three outboard engines were stolen from a storage unit at Bolt Head airfield at East Soar. 

Bolt Head Airfield - credit Hugh Venables, Geograph

Devon and Cornwall Police
said: "We are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information in connection with a report of burglary to a premises in the area of East Soar near Malborough. Three outboard engines were stolen."

Police say the engines were stolen sometime between 2pm on Saturday, 12 December, and 11am on Sunday, 13 December.

A spokesperson for Kingsbridge Police said: "We would urge anyone with these type of units to ensure that you review your security and be vigilant of any suspicious people or vehicles." 

If you have any information or CCTV in the area please phone 101 or email 101@dc.police.uk quoting crime CR/104207/20.


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