Farmers urged to be vigilant after rise in rural crime in north Norfolk
PUBLISHED: 09:48 02 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:33 02 August 2017
Police are appealing for information following the theft of a John Deere Satellite Dome and display screen from Saxthorpe, near Aylsham.
They were stolen from a tractor cab on Briston Road between 7pm on Friday, July 28 and 4pm on Sunday, July 30.
It’s the second time this type of crime has occurred in the last month in the North Norfolk area.
Engagement officer Pc Andy Mason said: “Unfortunately, we often see a rise in rural crime during the summer months.
“We would like to remind farmers and landowners to ensure all their vehicles are locked, secured and valuables are removed when the vehicle is not in use. Valuables should be photographed, property marked and registered on www.immobilise.com<http://www.immobilise.com>
“If possible, leave the vehicle under good lighting and consider the use of a CCTV surveillance system.
anyone with information should call Norfolk police on 101 quoting reference 36/55378/17.
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