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Puppy, clothing and chainsaw taken in farm thefts
Updated 2:30pm Wednesday 9th July 2014 in News
A PUPPY and a parcel of clothing were stolen from a Grayrigg farm between 1.30pm and 4.15pm on Monday.
The puppy was a 12-week-old black Lakeland Patterdale with tan coloured legs and a white spot on its chest.
Police have said a white van with tinted windows was seen leaving the area.
In a further theft earlier that day, fencing and a Husqvara chainsaw were taken from a farm at Garsdale, Sedbergh between 9.20am and 1pm.
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A white van - possibly a Citroen or Peugeot - with tinted windows was seen heading towards Sedbergh.
Police are not linking the two thefts at this stage but say speaking to the driver of the van is a priority.
Anyone with information should call 101 and ask for PC Benjamin Lawson at Kendal Police Station.