Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2018

Updated: Fri 23rd Nov

Police warning after expensive saddles stolen in spate of Flintshire burglaries

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Nov 23rd, 2018

Officers from South Flintshire police team have issued a warning following a spate of burglaries in and around the Penyffordd area.

A number of properties have been targeted and expensive saddles, tack and tools have been stolen.

In an update on social media a spokesperson for South Flintshire police team.

“There have been a number of Burglaries in the area of Terrace Lane/Lower Mountain Road, Pen Y Ffordd overnight 20/11-21/11. A quantity of expensive saddles have been stolen and the family are appealing for their return…Picture below please contact NWP quote 18400041646”

In one burglary four saddles, a brown Amerigo vega jumping saddle, tan/orange Pessoa Rodrigo saddle, a black Albion dressage saddle and an brown GFS event saddle – were stolen from a locked tack room. (pictured above)

In a second theft four saddles were taken from another Penyffordd property, a black wintec gp1 saddle a black wintec dressage saddle a black pony saddle with tan seat leather and a black leather gp 17″ saddle.

Both burglaries happened on sometime between Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning this week.

Anyone with information can contact North Wales Police via the live chat facility:

Or contact CrimeStoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.



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