Set of metal ladders worth £400 stolen from van in Lamberhurst

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By kentsussex | Monday, February 04, 2013, 15:02

A set of metal ladders, worth £400, has reportedly been stolen from a van in Lamberhurst High Street.

A 33-year-old man had hired the ladders, and left them secured to a van parked near his home at 8pm on 28 January. 

The following morning, at 7am, he noticed they had been taken from the roof of the vehicle.

Locks designed to hold the ladders in place had been cut.

Kent Police is investigating the theft and has made contact with local scrap dealers but the ladders remains missing. 

The set of two-tier ladders measures 14ft long and, distinctively, has the hire company name Travis Perkins welded on the side.

Anyone with any information can contact PCSO Karl Coomber from the Tunbridge Wells Neighbourhood Policing Team on 101, quoting crime number YY/1946/13.

      

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