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05/12/2012

North Wales Police are appealing for witnesses following the theft of digger accessories from a National Trust site at Hafod y Llan, Nant Gwynant near Caernarfon.  A hydro project scheme is currently underway at the site and the theft took place from a works compound at the rear of Hafod y Llan.

 

Investigating Officer PC Alaw Roberts at Porthmadog Police station said “The theft took place sometime between 4.30pm on Thursday 22nd and 9.30am Friday 23rd November and I’d like to hear from anyone that may have seen any suspicious persons or activity in the area.  The items taken are a considerable weight and will have required a few pairs of hands and a vehicle to remove them from the scene”.

 

Stolen from the site was a Kubota pecker attachment (Serial K402Q0010) for a mini digger and two digger buckets.  The pecker attachment weights approximately 60kg and is about 2’ in length and the buckets, each with a distinctive hook on either side for attachment to the digger,  weight about 25kg and 40kg respectively. 

 

If you have any information about this incident PC Roberts can be contacted by phoning 101 or alternatively by phoning Crimestoppers on  0800 555 111 and quote reference RC12193674.

 

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