A John Deere Gator, worth more than £10,000, which was stolen on Sunday has been found in a wooded area off the A2 in Dover on Tuesday 17 May 2022 by a local farmer.

An off-duty officer who works within the rural areas of the county was able to identify the vehicle which had been stolen on 15 May . The officer worked with patrols to return it to the victim.

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Stolen vehicle discovered in woodland

Enquiries remain ongoing to identify those responsible for the theft.

Do you have information?

Anyone who saw anything suspicious in relation to the stolen Gator, or has details that could assist officers, should call Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting reference 46/93249/22.

You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or complete their online form.

Rural Task Force

The RTF is a specialist team made up of officers who are dedicated to tackling and investigating rural crime. They work closely with a number of partner agencies including the RSPCA, RSPB, Environment Agency and local authorities to address issues that blight communities including burglaries, livestock worrying and hare-coursing.

It is recognised that people living in rural areas may feel isolated so the team has developed more efficient means of communication such as Farm Watch, which ensures a quick way for residents to report and share information.

For advice visit Kent Police

By Ed

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