Peterborough construction dealers have Â£100,000 of equipment stolen in burglary
A firm in Peterborough which sells constriction and agricultural products has had around Â£100,000 of equipment stolen.
RTC Plant Services in Milton Business Park, Werrington Bridge Road, Milking Nook, had large amounts of high value goods stolen following a break-in at around 8.45pm last night (Wednesday, October 10).
The construction and agricultural dealers said the thieves had badly damaged the premises, with security gates, showroom doors and office doors all ripped off.
A statement on Facebook added: “The burglars were in our premises until 1am this morning. They have stolen large amounts of high value goods.
“These items include husqvarna chainsaws (petrol/battery), hedge cutters, strimmers, generators, husqvarna disc cutters and also diamond blade discs. These items are all new.
“If anyone gets offered anything like this or has information on the burglary, please let us know.”
A police spokesman confirmed the force had been called about the incident, and that scenes of crime officers had attended the scene.
An investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.