Two-tonne farming machinery worth £18,000 stolen from land near Leeds

An image of the Watkins machinery.

An image of the Watkins machinery.

Valuable farming equipment weighing two tonnes has been stolen from land near Leeds.

North Yorkshire Police are trying to track down the Watkins machine, which is used for working farmland and is worth around £18,000, after it was taken from land in South Milford between Thursday June 9 and Tuesday June 14.

Anyone with any information that may aid North Yorkshire Police is urged to call 101, quoting log number 12160105045, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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