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Do you recognise trailers recovered from Great Chart?

Ashford Community Safety Unit is hoping to reunite two trailers and a flat pack stable with their rightful owners.

The trailers and stable were among items recovered when the CSU’s Community Policing Team searched a premises in Great Chart on Thursday 15 March 2018.

Officers have been able to identify a Mitsubishi Shogun, three motorbikes and two trailers at the site and enquiries into how they came to be there are ongoing.

They are still trying to identify the owners of two trailers and a stable and are appealing for the public’s help.

Police Constable James Murrell said: ‘The trailers are both specialist forestry trailers that would probably be used by professional tree surgeons or landscapers or in the forestry industry.

‘One is a green Kellfri forestry trailer with a crane. The other is an orange Camon chipper trailer.

‘They are both expensive pieces of equipment and we are keen to reunite them with their rightful owners.

‘The wooden flat pack stable had yet to be built and was being stored in a pile,’ he added.

If you think the trailers or the stable could be yours, or you know who they might belong to, please call Police Constable James Murrell on 01843 222289 quoting reference number 15-0633.

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