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Police are appealing for information after remote control cars and a number of drills were stolen from a property in Rugeley.
Officers were called to a property off Hislop Road, Rugeley, at around 1.40pm on Thursday (10 February) following reports of a burglary. Two 25-year-old remote control cars along with two Dewalt drills and a Makita SDS Plus drill were reported stolen. Two male offenders wearing black hooded sweatshirts and black hats, travelling in a white Citroen Berlingo van, are understood to have climbed over a wall to gain entry to the property. The driver is described as a white, in his 50s, wearing a blue face mask and glasses. The van was later seen driving the wrong way in a one-way street in Cheslyn Hay at around 2.05pm, causing minor damage to parked vehicles, including a silver Mini Cooper and a Toyota Proace.The vehicle was then abandoned in Cross Street, Cheslyn Hay, at around 2.10pm the same day. The tools and remote control cars have since been recovered and returned to the owner. Officers are appealing for anyone who saw the offenders or encountered the vehicle to get in touch. Contact Staffordshire Police on Facebook, Twitter, or call 101, quoting incident number 317 of 10 February. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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