Tools taken in raid on home
POLICE have warned people to be on their guard after a large quantity of power tools were stolen in a raid.
Officers from Staffordshire Moorlands local policing team say the goods could be offered up for sale and they are now urging anyone who comes across them to report the matter.
The burglars broke into the outbuilding of a home in Upper Hulme, near Leek, sometime between 10.30am on Tuesday and 3pm on Wednesday.
The value of the power tools which were stolen has not been disclosed.
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But they included DeWalt and Black & Decker drills, a Ryobi orbital sander and electric plane, a Skill jigsaw, a cross-cut saw, a 100-piece Halfords professional toolkit in a black case, and a Black & Decker router.
Several motorcycle helmets and pairs of gloves were also stolen in the raid.
Anyone with information about the power tools and accessories is asked to contact PC Tony Finneron at Staffordshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 487 of February 27.
Alternatively, they can contact independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555111.