Monday, 20 August 2018
THIEVES stole outboard motors worth about £15,000 from six boats moored in Henley.
They cut the 15hp engines from vessels moored outside Hobbs of Henley in Thames Side between 2pm on Friday, October 21 and 10am the following day.
Four boats were at Hobbs’ moorings and belonged to the company’s private clients and two were at the adjacent Henley Town Council moorings near Mill Meadows.
It is believed the thieves cut the steering cables and fixing mounts and loaded the engines into a van and drove off. The theft was discovered by a boat owner the next day.
Anyone with information should call Thames Valley Police on 101.
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