Large quantity of pre-packed chicken stolen from farm near Tring

The incident happened overnight on Sunday

Tuesday, 28th April 2020, 4:26 pm
Updated Wednesday, 29th April 2020, 9:49 am

Police are investigating after a pressure washer and a large quantity of pre-packaged chicken was stolen from a farm in Gubblecote, near Tring.

Between 11pm on Sunday, April 26, and 7.30am the next day, the offender(s) broke into several outbuildings at College Farm, Wingrave Road.

They stole a pressure washer and a large quantity of pre-packaged chicken meat, labelled ‘Potash Farm Foods’.

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Police

PC Sarah Scanlon, who is investigating, said: “We believe the offender(s) may try and sell the meat, so we would like to hear from anyone who has been offered Potash Farm Foods chicken for sale in unusual circumstances. Perhaps you have seen it for sale online or on social media?

“We are also keen to hear from anyone who saw any suspicious activity or vehicles that looked out of place on Wingrave Road overnight between the 26th and 27th of April.

“If you live nearby and have CCTV fitted to your property that covers the main road, please contact us as you may have captured something of significance.”

If you have any information about the burglary, call Hertfordshire Police on 101, quoting crime reference 41/33517/20. Alternatively, you can email PC Scanlon at [email protected], report information online.

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