£4,000 worth of goods stolen in garage burglary
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A CAR enthusiast had £4,000 worth of goods stolen in a burglary, with his prized custom built remote control car among the items stolen.
It happened on August 26, when a burglar, or burglars, broke into the garage at his home in Campton Road, Shefford.
The HPI Baja 5b custom built car was taken, alongside power tools.
Police have arrested a man and recovered some of the property, but the car, worth £2,000, is still to be located.
The car has a black body and red trim with a flame decoration on the side.
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Anyone with information is asked to call Pc Nick Foster on 01234 275174, call the 24-hour non-emergency number 101, text the control room direct on 07786 200011 or contact independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
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