Posted: Thu 11th Dec 2014

Police are looking for thieves who drove of with a Mercedes concrete mixer in Mold

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014

South Flintshire Policing Team are appealing for information following  the theft of a Mercedes concrete mixer vehicle from the Gas Lane area of Mold.  

The vehicle had ‘Supamix’ written on the side.

The incident occurred between 6pm on Wednesday 10th December and 7am this morning Thursday 11th Decemeber.

Police are appealing to anybody who has seen the mixer, saw anything suspicious, or has any information relating to this incident to contact them by dialling 101 – quote the reference number R193467 .

Alternatively, you can provide information  anonymously by calling Crimestoppers Wales telephone 0800 555 111.  

 

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