Boilers stolen from lorry

Published:  24 September, 2009

STAFFORDSHIRE: Police from North Staffordshire are appealing for witnesses following damage and theft from HGVs at Keele Services, which included boilers.

During the early hours of Tuesday morning (22 September) three curtain sided vehicles were targeted by thieves.

Two of the lorries had goods stolen, including central heating boilers from one. A third vehicle was left damaged but no goods were taken. A fourth lorry was damaged but nothing stolen at junction 16 on M6 during the same period.

Police are reminding lorry drivers to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity.

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