Firm offers £2,000 reward to track down burglars who broke into their Guyhirn premises

PUBLISHED: 12:42 23 October 2017

MSB Contracting is considering a reward after a break-in at the weekend at Guyhirn

MSB Contracting is considering a reward after a break-in at the weekend at Guyhirn

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A Fenland company says it will pay a £2,000 reward to track down thieves who broke in at the weekend.

MSB Contracting says that on Saturday (October 21) thieves who broke into their Guyhirn premises and made off with valuable equipment.

Once in the thieves broke into two vehicles and “multiple plant has been stolen” said a company spokesman.

Items stolen include:

• Upright wackers

• Flat plate wackers

• Still saws

• Grab control box

The spokesman said: “Anyone who has information relating to this theft/break in please be in touch as soon as possible.”

A reward will be considered for information leading to an arrest and conviction.

If you see anyone attempting to sell any of these items please be in touch.

The company is based within Ken Thomas Ltd in Thorney Road, Guyhirn.

Between Saturday October 6 at 4.30pm and Monday October 9 at 6.30am the company’s offices were also broken into.

Thieves stole apple Imacs and multiple fuel cards.

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