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Theft of fishing tackle worth £10,000 in South Milford

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North Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses and information following the theft of fishing tackle from a farm in in South Milford, Selby.

 

The incident happened between 10.30pm on Saturday 12 January and 9.00am on Sunday 13 January when approximately £10,000 worth of fishing tackle was taken. The stolen property included:

  • A Cotswold Aquarius rod, rod bag
  • A Cotswold Aquarius ruck sack
  • A Free Spirit Spomb rod
  • A Prodigy Spod rod
  • A Prodigy Twin Tip specimen rod
  • A Trakker Tempest Air with utility front and over wrap
  • An Aqua Atom Bivvy with winter skin
  • An Aqua Brolly DPM
  • An ESP pile spinning rod
  • 2 x Bad Cat sport 150-400g
  • 2 x Catmaster cat rods Yellow label, special build
  • 2 x CTX 12foot 3lb cork handles
  • 2 x Diawa Poles with pole extensions
  • 2 x Fox Rage Pike rods
  • 2 x Free Spirit Landing nets
  • 2 x Garmin Fish finders
  • 2 x Shimano Ci4 Tyrnos baitrunner
  • 2 x Shimano Twin Tip float rods
  • 3 x Black Carp rods
  • 3 x Cat tamer S 11foot
  • 3 x Hi-S’ive 13foot 3.5tc custom build
  • 3 x Rox RX alarms original versions
  • 3 x Shimano feeder and float reels 2500-4000
  • 4 x Diawa Spod reels
  • 4 x Hi S 220 13 foot
  • 4 x Shimano 12000D baitrunners
  • 4 x Steve Nevilles with receiver all blue
  • 10 x Shimano Black mags 1200 and 14000
  • Over 2000 items of packaged items of end tackle PB Products Brand

We are conducting enquiries and are requesting the public’s assistance to help determine the full circumstances surrounding the incident.

Anyone with information that could assist the investigation should contact us on 101, and ask for PCSO Caroline Saville or email Caroline.Saville@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

If you wish to remain anonymous, you can pass information to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Please quote the North Yorkshire Police reference number 12190007528.

 

Last modified: January 21, 2019