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Police seek information relating to stolen caravan

"Police seek information relating to stolen caravan"

Canterbury Police are appealing for the public's help to locate a $90,000 seven meter long white Leisure Line caravan, registration U441L, that was stolen from a commercial yard in Sockburn on 15 August 2015 shortly after 5.30pm.

Detective Amy Marshall says "A witness reported that two men cut a padlock on the gate to gain access to the area where the caravan was located. Police understand the men then hitched up the caravan and drove it out of the yard stopping to replace the padlock before driving off in a southerly direction from Sockburn roundabout. The CCTV image shows the vehicle driving away towing the caravan."

"The vehicle used to tow the caravan is described as a silver Commodore Ute possibly a 2004-2006 model. It is possible that the registration plates on the caravan may have been changed. Police are working with the victim and their insurer to locate the caravan and those responsible for its theft" explained Detective Marshall.

Lumley Insurance are offering a reward for information that leads to the recovery of the caravan or the identity of the two men and the silver Holden used in this theft. An image of a caravan similar to the one stolen is attached to this release.

Canterbury Police urge anyone who can help locate this caravan or the two men and vehicle involved to call Christchurch Central Police Station on 03 363 7400.

Information can also be provided anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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