Aston Martin supercar wheels stolen in Wetherby burglary

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WHEELS from an Aston Martin supercar were stolen along with a number of tools and other items during a raid on industrial units in Wetherby.

Police said four 19in silver Aston Martin road wheels and tyres from a V8 Vantage were taken in the raid after a number of industrial units were broken into on Boroughbride Road, Kirk Deighton, Wetherby, bewteen 1am and 4am on Friday. (Feb 17)

A North Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "We are conducting enquiries and are requesting the public’s assistance to help determine the full circumstances surrounding the incident.

"In particular, we would like to speak to the owner of a vehicle, which could have been a Nissan Navara, which was seen nearby at the time of the incident. We would also like to speak to anyone who has come into contact with any of the stolen property.

Also taken was a Milwaukee 12 V cordless impact wheel nut gun in black plastic case; an Autel MOT P50 EU908 series vehicle diagnostic machine; a Nikon SLR camera; a MacBook pro, a Sealey diesel /electric space heater in red; a Makita 18 v cordless drill; a Jinko Goldcut vinyl plotter/cutter; a Clarke steam cleaner which was blue and black in colour; and a Milwaukee impact driver in red and black.

Also stolen was a Sealey rechargeable inspection lamp; two Snap on cabinets; a Sealey impact socket set in black plastic case; a Medusa TI 2002 Generator in green; a Milwaukee impact driver M18 Chiwf 34; a Snap on half inch inpact driver in green; a Snap on 3/8 inch impact driver in red; a Snap on drill in red; an Aluminium floor jac; a Clarke welder in red; a Snap on impact driver in red with its box and charger; a Snap on extractor set in a little red tin; and a 240 v to 110v transformer in yellow were also taken.

Anyone who saw anything suspicious or who has any information is asked to call police on 101, select option 2, and ask for Quita Passmore. You can also email Quita.Passmore@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

Please quote the North Yorkshire Police reference number 12170027590.

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