Police investigate spate of crimes in Great Dunmow

PUBLISHED: 13:22 10 July 2015

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A cut water pipe, stolen fuel and the theft of gardening tools in Great Dunmow at the end of last month are being investigated by police.

A spate of crimes took place in the town over three days from Sunday, June 28, to Tuesday, June 30.

The pipe line on a water tank at North End Nursery in Bennetts Lane was cut causing 1,500 litres of water to drain out, followed by wire on the gate being cut and a hose pipe stolen.

Tools were also taken from a garden shed on the same road and fuel from a tank in a garden in Brook Hill.

Anyone with information should contact Chelmsford police station on 101.


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