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On monday 1st march Tregothnan estate near Truro Cornwall had a break in i have been asked to post this on here by the head woodsman. The reason for the delay in posting was beyond his control,the stolen saws were as follows


1xms660 36"sthil bar and chain, heated handles.


3xms460 2x18" 1x25" all with heated handles


1xms341 15"bar


1xms260 13"bar on 3/8 chain heated handles




2xdr550 sthil brushcutters


1x br600 back pack blower


1xchop saw


all saws were very well looked after and on 2 of the 460's he had put on 660 dogs.

any information can be sent to me as a pm,there is a reward for any info leading to a conviction

many thanks stuart thorne

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Lanhydrock estate had a load of saws stolen at the end of feb... wouldnt suprise me if other estates get a visit before long, id imagine they are quite an easy target with the amount of foot traffic, and vehicles coming and going.

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Sorry to hear that, it makes you feel sick ( and angry). We had someone in our sheds last week but they legged it when the workshop alarm went off. Dad went out with his gun but they had gone by then. Fortunately nothing took their fancy in the tractor shed!

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they left 3 rolls of sthil chain,they wheelbarrowed the stuff appox 1/2 mile. I think it was a organised job also have heard that another local estate boconnoc at lostwithiel got done as well.To much of it going on boys and girls keep your kit safe

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