Tractor guidance systems taken from farm near Bideford
- Credit: Supplied
Farmers in the Bideford area are being warned to ensure farm vehicles are safely stored and secure after a series of thefts.
Police investigating the theft of two tractor guidance systems in North Devon are appealing for information.
The devices were removed from two tractors at a farm near Bideford, sometime between midnight and 7.30am on Saturday, June 19.
Similar to satnav guidance systems, one device was manufactured by Trimble and the other one by Topcon.
Guidance displays and steering solutions help farmers accurately monitor and map field information in real-time.
If anyone has any information or dashcam footage that could help the police with their enquiries, please email email@example.com or call 101, quoting crime reference CR/050587/21.
Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 or via the charity’s website at www.crimestoppers-org.uk
- 1 Unique seaside wedding venue to put £1m into Combe Martin economy
- 2 160 traders at this year's Christmas Market in Braunton
- 3 Holsworthy link mental health centre looks set to close permanently
- 4 Council forms group to tackle North Devon housing crisis
- 5 New recycled plastic tables installed at Victoria Park
- 6 Bideford Christmas Light Switch On dates announced
- 7 Loud music man fined after breaching official order
- 8 RGB's North Devon branches helping others this Christmas
- 9 Heddon Valley crowned top of winter walks table
- 10 North Devon MP encourages community to go 'one step greener'