Farming communities warned stay keep vigilant following theft of quadbike from Gwynedd farm

We’re warning farming communities to be vigilant following the theft of a quadbike from a farm in the Gwynedd area last week.

We received a report of a quadbike being stolen from a farm in the Abergwyngregyn area between 10pm October 19th and 8am October 20th.

The quadbike is a dark green Yamaha Kodiak 450, manufactured in 2019.

District Support Sergeant Andrew Davies said: “We’re appealing for anyone who was travelling through the Abergwyngregyn area overnight on the above dates and may have witnessed suspicious behaviour or have dashcam footage to contact us.

“Further to this, we are asking farmers in the area to remain vigilant for suspicious activity and to ensure any high value equipment is secured when it is not being used.”

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact police via our website or by calling 101, quoting reference 23001031764.

For crime prevention advice click here.

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