Thousands of pounds worth of building material and machinery stolen from Herefordshire farm

Police are investigating a burglary at a farm being renovated in Felton.

Police are investigating a burglary at a farm being renovated in Felton.

First published in News

SEVERAL thousand pounds worth of building material and machinery were stolen from a Herefordshire farm earlier this week.

Police are investigating after a burglary took place at a farm being renovated in Felton, off the A417 Leominster to Ledbury road, between 6pm last Friday and 10am on Monday.

It is believed that thieves forced a padlock off a gate to enter the site and made their way to an office located in a disused barn.

A number of items including four Makita Impact drills, electricity extension cables, a Dewalt jackhammer breaker drill, a laser spirit level, and two Jewson wheelbarrows were stolen.

It is believed that after leaving the office, thieves forced their way into a steel storage unit where more items were stolen.

Police believe the farm may have been targeted deliberately because it was known to be empty.

Anyone with information can call police on 101 with incident number 141S 270114.

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