£20,000 of life-saving equipment stolen in raid at West Yorkshire fire station

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VITAL life-saving equipment worth more than £20,000 was stolen after thieves struck at a West Yorkshire fire station.

Police said raiders broke into Meltham Fire Station near Huddersfield between April 19 and 21 and stole the equipment from a fire engine

Kirklees Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team has issued pictures of the stolen items and are appealing for information.

Deputy chief fire officer Dave Walton, of West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, tweeted: “Please help us to find the people who have stolen this vital life-saving equipment.”

Call police on 101 with information.

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