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Building site targeted by thieves

Officers are appealing for witnesses after burglars targeted a building site in the Cotswolds.

It is believed offenders entered a property in Winchcombe between 5.30pm on Friday (September 6) and 10.30am yesterday (September 9).

The property on Green Ways is undergoing renovation and a number of Dewalt branded power tools were stolen.

The power tools include a jigsaw, combi drill, cordless impact drill and two rechargeable batteries.

Police are asking anyone who was in the area at the time and witnessed any suspicious activity taking place please let us know by calling 101 and quoting incident 145 of September 9.

Alternatively information can be submitted via our online form: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact-us/tell-us-about-something/?incident=145&date=09-09-2019 

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