Lincolnshire police warn transit van owners to be alert
0 Have your say Owners of Ford Transit vans across the county are being urged to consider better protection for their vehicles.
The warning from Lincolnshire Police comes as 14 vehicles have been stolen across the county in recent weeks, with many vehicles being later found burnt out after being stripped for parts. These incidents occurred in West Lindsey, North Kesteven and Lincoln.
Inspector for the North Kesteven area, Marc Gee, said: “This recent spate of thefts is concerning. Historically thefts from vans is nothing new – but thefts of the actual vans certainly is. We believe the... read more
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