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High-value tools stolen from van in South Normanton

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Derbyshire Police are appealing for information after a selection of high-value tools were stolen from a van in South Normanton.

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The tools were stolen at around 10pm on 24 May, when two men broke into a white Ford Transit Van which was parked in the Premier Inn car park, in Carter Lane.

The men are understood to have arrived in a dark grey vehicle.

The items stolen are listed below and pictured, all are engraved with the letters ‘ECS’ and the following serial numbers:

ECS 3870PRAMAC – Portable Generator
ECS 3866ROTABROACH – Mag Drill
ECS 3736Bosch – Drill and Battery Charger
ECS 4095Makita – Cordless Drill and Battery Charger
ECS 3760MAKITA – 4.5″ Grinder Cordless
ECS 3715.2MAKITA Hammer Driver Drill Cordless
ECS 3715.3MAKITA Impact Wrench Cordless
ECS 3714MAKITA – Combination Hammer drill
ECS 3865Bosch – Pistol Drill

Anyone with information, or who has been offered these items for sale is asked to contact Police quoting reference 22*298419.

You can also anonymously contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111, or by visiting the Crimestoppers website.

Written by: NDR NEWS

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