Rural thefts in East Devon prompt police appeal
Police in East Devon area appealing for witnesses after a spate of rural thefts.
Police are urging residents to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity.
Overnight from Thursday, September 5, to Friday, September 6, several garages were broken into in the Colaton Raleigh, Aylesbeare and Woodbury areas and a haul including power tools, gardening equipment and heating oil drums were stolen.
Crime references, KE13/2102, KE13/2103 or KO13/570, relate.
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Overnight from Tuesday, September 3, to Wednesday, September 4, a Newgent Tipper trailer was stolen from field at Fenny Bridges near Honiton.
The trailer is described as having high sides, two smashed rear lights and in need of its jockey wheel replacing. Crime reference, KO13/567.
At the same location a red 4x4 Land Rover had its window smashed and its steering lock broken. Crime reference, KO13/566.
Contact police on 101, or anonymously via Crimestoppers on, 0800 555111 quoting the corresponding crime reference number.