Theft of Power Tools Near Stonehaven
Police are requesting farmers to remain vigilant following the theft of power tools from a farm near Stonehaven. The incident occurred between 8am on Thursday 8th July and 2pm on Friday 9th July 2021.
North East Division Crime Reduction Officer Constable Mike Urquhart said:
" Ensure all
external doors are of solid construction with suitable locks or a closed shackle padlock fitted.
Hide the contents from view using protective grills on windows if appropriate and ensure property
is locked away at night or when not in use. Consider using a property marking product such as
SelectaDNA. This makes tools less attractive to thieves as they are harder to sell and more
ikely to be returned to the rightful owner if they are recovered by the Police."
A complete guide to "Security in the Rural Environment" can be accessed from the Police Scotland website
Comprehensive crime prevention advice can be obtained from your local policing team by telephoning 101 or contacting your local Crime Prevention Officer by emailing
Remember: If you can think of a way of defeating your existing security measures, so can the criminal.
Anyone with information can contact the Police on 101 or via Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting reference PS-20210709-2286.
Original Message Sent By Michael Urquhart (Police, Constable, North East Division)