Police hunt jib and trailer thieves

By Alex Dahm03 October 2008

Stolen Ainscough trailer and luffing jib

Stolen Ainscough trailer and luffing jib

UK police are looking for a specialized trailer and luffing jib components stolen on the night of 24 September.

The 18 m Broshuis trailer loaded with a 14 m luffer section was stolen from a layby on the A10 road southbound near Ware, Hertfordshire, north of London. It was between the A141 Harlow slip road and the Hoddesdon slip road between 8 p.m. on 24 September and 7 a.m. on the 25th.

Owner Ainscough Crane Hire's heavy cranes division said the Broshuis trailer unit number 79 is an Ainscough yellow step-frame. The blue jib section loaded on it was marked CB96.

Anyone with information should contact Hertfordshire Police on the non-emergency number +44(0)845 33 00 222, Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, quoting crime reference K1/08/2477.

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