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Saws stolen- Bristol

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Last night in Horfield Bristol my truck was broken into and from it were stolen two saws and a blower, all Stihl.

 

1 hand held blower with blue spray paint on it.

1 200T with a Sugihara bar, serial number 170899369

1 362C serial number 177804045

 

There's a chance they were caught on cctv smashing the boarded window on the tool cab and fishing the saws out with one of our poles.

 

If anybody heard anything or is offered these for sale please can you contact me on 07817 417 529.

 

The truck belongs to the firm but the saws belong to myself and my team mate and are not covered by insurance so any information would be very much appreciated.

 

Nile Cookson.

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Last night in Horfield Bristol my truck was broken into and from it were stolen two saws and a blower, all Stihl.

 

1 hand held blower with blue spray paint on it.

1 200T with a Sugihara bar, serial number 170899369

1 362C serial number 177804045

 

There's a chance they were caught on cctv smashing the boarded window on the tool cab and fishing the saws out with one of our poles.

 

If anybody heard anything or is offered these for sale please can you contact me on 07817 417 529.

 

The truck belongs to the firm but the saws belong to myself and my team mate and are not covered by insurance so any information would be very much appreciated.

 

Nile Cookson.

Hi NILE night mere for you mate hope you get your kit back soon thanks Jon

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This is why on occasion my saws live on the kitchen floor over night with a chain through their handles padlocked to the central heating pipes. If they get that far then for sheer perseverance a scalding is enough. I've done it when working away in the past but never now leave tools in vehicles overnight, if in the travel lodge buy some bin bags and newspapers and carry them to your room, then chain them up whilst you have tea and a pint!

 

That said, sorry to hear that mate. Hope they turn up. Thieves are scum, especially those who steal a mans livelihood to support their own.

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