A ‘substantial’ reward is being offered for information about thousands of pounds worth of equipment stolen from a popular farm shop.
They made off with a red Honda quad bike, as well as a Karcher pressure washer and a Kawasaki TD40 petrol garden strimmer.
The raid happened at around 2.30am on Friday, June 9.
Now, the Broster family, which own the farm shop, is offering a “substantial” reward for the names of the burglars and/or the return of the stolen items.
Linda Broster, an accountant for the shop, said: “When we opened the shop in the morning, we noticed that the equipment was missing then we checked the CCTV.
“The power washer was used everyday and it’ll cost £2,000 to replace.
“The quad bike was worth £5,500 and the garden strimmer was worth £500. All in all, it’s a loss of £8,000 for us.”
Anyone who recognises the culprits or sees the items for sale are asked to contact Frankie Broster, the shop’s administration assistant, on 01422 376117.