Forest Lodge targeted by thieves using Transit

by | Feb 27, 2019 | Independents, News | 0 comments

Forest Lodge

Thieves have targeted Forest Lodge garden centre in Farnham. They smashed in to steal a range of clothes.

The Thieves used a Transit van as a battering ram to reverse into the main entrance. The burglar saw a range of men’s and women’s outdoor clothes stolen.
Police said the raid happened between 4.06am and 4.12am at the Farnham site on 23 February. The van was then found abandoned nearby with damage to the lock and ignition barrel.
The criminals stole the vehicle for use in the Forest Lodge raid from the Upper Hale area in Farnham.
Hampshire Constabulary said: “We are appealing for witnesses and information.
“The suspects used a white Transit van to drive into the shutters, causing damage. They then stole a quantity of outdoor clothing, including jackets, from inside.”

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