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Plant equipment worth 150,000 stolen in Oxfordshire

Plant equipment
Police say the machinery would have been loaded onto a vehicle

Plant equipment worth more than £150,000 has been stolen from a company in Oxfordshire.

Thieves targeted McKenna Plant Hire site in Church Hanborough Road, Eynsham, and took the vehicle, known as a C-10 Jaw Crusher.

Thames Valley Police said another vehicle would have been used to load the 35-tonne machinery.

Officers are appealing for witnesses who saw any suspicious activity in the area between last Friday and Tuesday.



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