Police in the UK have recovered stolen farm machinery with an estimated value of over £100,000 (approximately €110,099).
On Wednesday (March 11th) a stolen John Deere tractor was identified and seized in the Bedworth area.
In a statement, PC Andy Timmins of Warwickshire Rural Crime Team said: “A male dealt with at the scene was found to be wanted on-warrant for failing to appear at court in relation to driving while disqualified so was arrested and kept in custody to the next available court. Our RCO worked with officers on this for the Rural Crime Team.”
“Today (Friday, March 13th), I attended a location near Bedworth with Sergeant Bob Shaw and PC Craig Purcell from the Team to follow up on this investigation.”
“Working with Chris Piggott from the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service, we identified the pictured stolen machinery.”
“All has been recovered and we’ve also identified suspects that are now sought for questioning. What’s that saying about Friday 13th?” the statement concluded.
Image source: Warwickshire Rural Crime Team Facebook