Llandovery Atm Theft Appeal For Information About Stolen Mitsubishsi

Llandovery Atm Theft Appeal For Information About Stolen Mitsubishsi


Monday 26th Aug 2019


12 Feb 2019

Police investigating the theft of an ATM from the Co-Op in Llandovery on Thursday, February 7 are appealing for information about a stolen Mitsubishi suspected to have been used during the incident.
A black Mitsubishi L200 was reported stolen from the Llanddeusant area overnight on January 7 into the early hours of January 8, and officers believe it might have been used during the ATM theft and subsequently abandoned in the area.
Dyfed-Powys Police is now appealing for anyone who sees a black 04 plate Mitsubishi L200 on farmland or parked up, to call 101.
Temporary Detective Inspector Sian Davies said: “We are following all lines of enquiry to trace the offenders, and we are now looking to locate this stolen vehicle which might give us further information.
“If you see a black 04 plate Mitsubishi L200 which might have been abandoned in a remote location, please contact police.
“I urge farmers, or anyone who owns farming or heavy equipment, to keep them locked and with the keys removed. Consideration should also be given to security marking equipment.”