Police release images of stolen items from Baldock outbuildings

This strimmer has been recovered and is believed to have been stolen from sheds in Baldock.

This strimmer has been recovered and is believed to have been stolen from sheds in Baldock. - Credit: Archant

Police investigating a number of break-ins to sheds in Baldock are hoping to reunite stolen items they have recovered with their rightful owners.

This electronic compressor has been recovered and is believed to have been stolen from sheds in Bald

This electronic compressor has been recovered and is believed to have been stolen from sheds in Baldock. - Credit: Archant

A strimmer and an electronic compressor have been recovered and are believed to have been stolen from sheds or outbuildings in Baldock.

Break-ins took place at the allotment gardens in Wallington Road between January 18 and Saturday, January 31.

However detectives feel there are likely to have been more incidents that people aren’t aware of yet.

Two 18-year-old men from Baldock have been arrested in connection with these incidents and are currently on police bail.


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Det Con David Quinn said: “We have been investigating the crimes in Wallington Road and have recovered two items which we believe are likely to have been stolen in similar incidents in the local area.

“Due to the winter months, people aren’t likely to have looked in their sheds and outbuildings recently and as a result may not be aware that anything has been stolen.

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“I would therefore urge people living in the local area to double check their sheds and outbuildings to make sure nothing has been stolen and that they are secure.”

Anyone with information should contact the police on non-emergency number 101.

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