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North West / Liverpool Defender L958WCC
« on: February 13, 2015, 12:56:39 PM »
From the Twitter page

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Anyone see's this about liverpool... Let me know please! My Brothers Land rover has been stolen in last 2 hours

Have asked for more info

Reg is L958WCC

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From Facebook group :-

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Freshfields Wales has had their Landrover Defender stolen
.The registration no was logged on to a police computer so we know it was last logged in Helsby, Cheshire on Tuesday night around midnight. There has been no news since then.This is a huge loss to us, we use it for towing our horse trailer and it is the only vehicle we have for this purpose, We now have to hire a suitable car to deliver a pony to a new home tomorrow, and indeed for future similar jobs which is added expenditure we really could do without at the moment., Please look out for it,especially if you live in the Cheshire or Merseyside area. It did have Freshfields signs on the side when stolen but they may have been taken off.


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North West / Re: Stolen Shropshire
« on: February 11, 2015, 10:36:06 AM »
Here you go

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South West / Re: STOLEN - 90 UT/PU - WX02 AXR - Berkeley, Gloucestershire
« on: February 10, 2015, 09:01:37 PM »
Cheers for Posting this was jist about to but I had to rush out

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Wales / Bryn Seion Street, Rhymney. M53GEW
« on: February 09, 2015, 03:02:05 PM »
From Facebook group....

This Landrover Discovery was stolen sometime between 7.30pm last night and 8am this morning, Monday 9th February from Bryn Seion Street, Rhymney.

M53GEW
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting log 58 09/02/15.

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East Midlands / Re: DEFENDER 90 TD5 STOLEN IN THE BINGHAM (NOTTS) AREA
« on: February 09, 2015, 12:41:01 PM »
Hi Welcome to the forum
Sorry to hear of this  unusal for tracker

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West Midlands / Re: 90 STOLEN: West Midlands/Stourbridge
« on: February 06, 2015, 09:57:27 AM »
Hi do you have any update on the theft of your vehicle, I live in Stourbridge and was targeted last Friday night they managed to steel the bonnet and air vent, the police seem to be interested in a white that was seen in the area at the time of the theft, please read my posting for the van description, they have been and taken witness statements, and their search appears on going.
Not my Motor Just cross posting it from Facebook Been no update yet

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West Midlands / Re: STOLEN - Spare Wheel in broad daylight - Warwick
« on: February 04, 2015, 09:35:36 PM »
After coming out one day a few years back to find my wheel cover had gone got a new one and have run a steel cable around the edge of the wheel cover I know it's not the wheel but with a padlock it gives them another hurdle to overcome as in hiding the wheel nuts

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West Midlands / Discovery 3 REG KM07 ZLN Wolverhampton
« on: February 04, 2015, 12:09:19 PM »
Not mine

Posted on Facebook group

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Could you all keep an eye out for my ‪#‎landrover‬ Discovery 3 stolen off my drive yesterday morning at 7.29 3.2.15 - REG KM07 ZLN rear badges are missing and it only has one rear mudflap. Smoked side repeaters and the chrome A bar on the front. From Goldthorn Park ‪#‎wolverhampton‬

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East of England / Discovery and Trailer from Thurning nr Oundle
« on: February 03, 2015, 10:15:30 AM »
From FB group

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Alright everyone this is my uncles landrover discovery with company logo on side (roots) and four wheel trailer that was stolen from Thurning near oundle 3:00pm today if anyone see it plz let me know or Gary Christopher Kruger reg is CK06 FNH


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South East / GK60UUZ Disco 4 Rochester Kent
« on: February 02, 2015, 03:01:28 PM »
Not Mine crossed post from facebook

Hi Everyone!
Our car stolen last night from my property, Rochester Kent.
Registration number: GK60UUZ
If anyone hear or see or knows about it....
I know not much chance but I still hoping!
Thank you.


Taken without keys

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North West / 110 was stolen last night in Wigan area, FD08VJJ
« on: February 01, 2015, 10:35:36 PM »
Taken from Facebook.... 1.2.15

110 was stolen last night in Wigan area,Took from Ashton in Makerfield around 10-10:20. Please contact GM Police on 101. Thank you
Broke into my workplace car park and busted lock after ten mins messing with car I'd imagine by passing immobiliser and alarm. On cctv hopefully Police can catch them No keys with me and my partner. Yes standard alarms factory fitted.Driven off. Red Focus later model is what they were in. 3 men in total. Drove off Bryn rd north direction.

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West Midlands / Re: STOLEN - 110 HT - Ledbury (?) & ****RECOVERED*****
« on: January 29, 2015, 09:24:04 AM »
Will do that  hadnt even thought of that lol:D

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West Midlands / Re: STOLEN - 110 HT - Gloucester (?) & RECOVERED!
« on: January 29, 2015, 12:06:43 AM »
Nice work Gloucs & W.Mercia plod  ;D    Bloomin' quick recovery... Do we know any more circumstances around it at all ?   Was it a 'bait' wagon ?

Quote from: Venomator
No other information available - have we got to monitor Twitter as well now...  :o

Errr... yes please... Sorry... forgot to tell you about that.. I don't have a twitter account so kinda forget it exists!! .... You, Rob, Charles & Andy are doing a sterling job :)   
Twitter page is going good I keep it upto date on a regular basis unfortunatly I have to edit the posts right down if there is a picture as that is included in the amount of letters you are limited to 140 characters


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http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/11643196.Gang_stole___460_000_worth_of_4x4s_which_were_stripped_for_parts/?ref=mr



A CRIMINAL gang stole almost half-a-million pounds worth of 4x4 vehicles from three counties which were then stripped down and sold for parts.

Teesside Crown Court heard how police raided a lock-up on Dodsworth Street, Darlington, catching one member of the gang – his hands covered in motor oil ¬- in the process of stripping a Land Rover which had been stolen the night before.

But prosecutor Adrian Dent said that failed to stop the “ringleaders” behind the conspiracy, Jack Taylor and Lewis Hickson, who continued to steal and organised another location, a farm in Heighington, on the outskirts of the town, to do the dismantling, before that too was raided.

North Yorkshire Police set up ‘Operation Cavalier’ and used telephone evidence, surveillance and camera footage in order to catch the thieves.

It was estimated 38 Land Rover vehicles valued at £460,000 were stolen or attempts made to steal them from farmyards and rural locations across North Yorkshire, County Durham and Cumbria from the beginning of 2013 to late July that year.

Investigating officer, Detective Constable Keith Turner, who was praised by Judge Howard Crowson for his work on the “complex” investigation, said: “The gang were highly organised criminals, forensically aware and with a highly efficient methodology, the vehicles were cut into parts and on their way to the south of England within 24 hours of being stolen.

“The thefts had a big impact of the victims who were generally working people from rural communities who relied on their vehicles for their livelihood. The outcome of our investigation sends a very clear message to criminals that no matter how sophisticated they believe they are, they cannot outsmart the law.”

Taylor, 26, of Smithfield Road, Darlington, admitted conspiracy to steal and was jailed for two years, eight months. When police searched his home they found knives and machetes along with control panel parts from the Land Rover vehicles.

Hickson, 25, of King William Street, Darlington, admitted conspiracy to steal and received the same sentence.

A third man, 41-year-old Ian McCallum, of no fixed address, also admitted conspiracy to steal. A warrant was issued for his arrest after he failed to appear in court.

Craig Moseley, 52, of Napier Street, Darlington, who was paid to transport the stolen parts in his taxi and was convicted after a trial of handling stolen goods, was jailed for 15 months.

Two others, Michael Evers, 40, of North Easton Terrace, Darlington, and Phillip Sams, 31, of Derwent Street, Darlington, who were said to have played lesser roles, received eight month prison sentences, suspended for 18 months, after admitting handling stolen goods.

In passing sentence, Judge Crowson said he took into account lengthy delays with the case during which time the men had been on bail.

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