Thieves steal trees worth £5,000 from home near Hemel Hempstead
Officers are appealing for witnesses and information after 15 trees were stolen from outside a home in Abbots Langley.
On Tuesday, December 10, nine Cloud trees - some resembling spirals - were stolen from outside the Abbots Road property by a group of three men driving a silver estate car.
It happened at around 5.30pm.
The total value of the trees are around £5,000.
All three men were described as wearing grey tracksuits with black trousers.
PCSO Luke Yardley from Abbots Langley Local Policing Command, said: “The incident happened during rush hour and there were many motorist seen on CCTV passing through the area at the time of the theft.
“I’m interested to hear from anyone who saw the trio matching the descriptions in the area to please get in touch with me via email at [email protected]”
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