Sunday, 22 October 2017

Trailer stolen from Waterman?s allotments

A TRAILER has been stolen from the Waterman?s allotments in Henley

A TRAILER has been stolen from the Waterman?s allotments in Henley.

The theft happened between Christmas Eve and December 27, only days after site manager Doug Richards had moved it to the site.

It was stored out of sight between the site manager?s shed and a compost shed and used by the allotment holders to collect compost, dung and logs or for taking waste to the recycling centre at Oakley Wood.

Mr Richards, of Makins Road, Henley, said: ?Somebody had to come in and see it and pull it off the site. It?s so heavy it couldn?t have been a young lad, it had to be a couple of chaps.

?Who would take an old trailer with rotten wooden sides? I?m fed up and disappointed about it. It?s so useful to us but an eyesore to most other people.?

The green army-style trailer had an iron base and wooden sides, silver aluminium wheel guards and arches. The number plate on the back is OU10 ZXC.

Anyone with information should call the Thames Valley Police enquiry line on 101.

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