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Hi - a mate suffered a serious break in in South Cheshire last Tuesday night (27th March) and had the following power tools stolen - 

 

1. STIHL MS880 48” BAR (spare 36” bar also taken) S/N 181034060
2. STIHL 084 25” BAR
3. HUSQVARNA 390XP 36” BAR
4. HUSQVARNA 390XP 28” BAR S/N 201410000080
5. HUSQVARNA 372XPG 20” BAR
6. STIHL MS441 20” BAR S/N 171534211
7. HUSQVARNA 560XPG 18” BAR S/N 2012130038
8. HUSQVARNA 560XP 18” BAR
9. HUSQVARNA 346XPG 15” BAR S/N 20114500234
10. HUSQVARNA 346XPG 15” BAR S/N 20120100240
11. HUSQVARNA 346XP 15” BAR 
12. HUSQVARNA 550XP 13” BAR S/N 20161300190
13. STIHL 026 15” BAR
14. STIHL 026 15” BAR  (plastic “026 tag” missing from the top)
15. STIHL MS200T 14” BAR S/N 170098247
16. STIHL MS200T 12” BAR
17. STIHL MS200T 12” BAR
18. STIHL 020T 14” BAR
19. HUSQVARNA T540XP 12” BAR
20. STIHL MS211 16” BAR
21. STIHL 020AV 16” BAR

 

HEDGECUTTERS AND POLESAWS

22. STIHL HS45 24” BAR
23. STIHL HS81R 30” BAR S/N 175940322
24. STIHL HS81T 30” BAR S/N 176639882
25. STIHL KM131 KOMBI UNIT WITH ANGLED HEDGECUTTER AND STRIMMER ATTACHMENT
26. STIHL HT101 POLESAW S/N 297634206
27. STIHL HT75 POLESAW  S/N 67952532 (CHAINSAW HEAD HAD JUBILEE CLIP REPAIR)

BLOWERS

28. STIHL BR600 MAGNUM S/N 289778131
29. STIHL BR86 S/N 283523220
30. HUSQVARNA 570BTS (BRAND NEW)
 
They also took a transit tipper which was later found burnt out near Farndon. I would imagine the thieves are working out of the Wrexham/Whitchurch England/Wales border area (but that is largely speculation on my part at present). 
 
If anyone has any possible information relating to any of this kit, or more directly to the thieves themselves please contact me in strictest confidence on 07970188050.
 
This type of crime (and those who support it by buying the stolen equipment) destroys people’s livelihoods - those machines belong to a guy who is no different to any of us on here, and have been paid for through years of hard graft. It wasn’t undertaken by amateurs who got lucky - this was a professional crew and we are all at risk from people like them... Please please please let me know if you hear anything!
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There's quite a concentration of caravan dwellers in the Farndon area if you weren't aware.

Wish I could be of more help but can offer the loan of an 020 top handle saw if it helps.

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2 hours ago, Peasgood said:

There's quite a concentration of caravan dwellers in the Farndon area if you weren't aware.

Wish I could be of more help but can offer the loan of an 020 top handle saw if it helps.

That’s a very kind offer, thank you. 

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