Local riding stables: very nearly burgled again

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Stevie’s site is located in Engine Lane, Brownhills.

A worrying message reaches me from Stevie Ansell about an attempted burglary she experienced at her Engine Lane site this morning. Please, be vigilant – and if you can help, please do so.

Stevie does lots of work with local kids, many with special needs. It is terrible to target anyone in this way, but to do so to someone who does so much for the community is vile.

Stevie wrote:

A warning to all horse owners in or around West Midlands area: They may target you next !

Burglars were disturbed today at our yard. Driver was male, possibly late 20’s dark hair. Accomplices escaped over fields when he sounded warning horn. Red van post office type reg similar to epo3 dyx But will know for definite when camera footage can be checked.

The men were disturbed before they had taken too much but on principle I am still offering a reward for information leading to identification of these thieves. This occurred at our new yard on Engine Lane Brownhills around 11am this morning.

Escapees would probably have run to either Chester Road or A5 to be rescued by red van to make a quick getaway. Immoral thieves like this stealing from a non profit organisation that only benefits locals need naming and shaming. Any information will be kept confidential. Please call or text 07950-314091.

Thanks.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Walsall Police by dialling 101 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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4 Responses to Local riding stables: very nearly burgled again

  1. Warrington Cuthbert smyth. says:

    Bastards should have their hands cut off.

  2. JeepBoy says:

    Other stables nearby were burgled but only horse feed taken [valuable saddles and tack left untouched] so it may be someone who cannot afford to feed their own horse !

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