Police investigate links between two similar Mayland garage burglaries

Essex police advise residents to ensure their garages are secure

Essex police advise residents to ensure their garages are secure

First published in Local News

Police are investigating links between two similar burglaries where tools were removed from garages.

During a burglary in Imperial Avenue, Mayland, a garage was entered and tools were taken, between 8pm on August 3 and 7am on August 4.

Makita drills and a Makita light were stolen, worth £500. Police are linking this to a second burglary in Braxted Road, Little Braxted between July 29 and August 4 during which tools to the value of £850 were stolen.

A garage was entered and a MS180C chainsaw, a Makita mini grinder, a Stihl leafblower, a petrol strimmer and a Neilson CT0903 breaker were all stolen.

Police are appealing for any information or witnesses to the burglaries.

They remind residents to ensure their garages are left secure.


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