Thousands of tools stolen from village in Anglesey

TOOLS worth a cumulative value of roughly £2,000 were stolen from a village in Anglesey.

This was in Llanddona, on either November 15 or 16.

North Wales Police (NWP) have appealed for help from those with any relevant information.


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NWP Gwynedd South said: “Several tools, with the value of around £2,000, were stolen from a building site in Llanddona between 5pm on November 15 and 7.45am on November 16.

“Tools included were a Dewalt nail gun, a Paslode nail gun, a Dewalt chop saw, and a Stihl battery-powered cut-off saw.

“We are appealing for anyone who might have seen these tools for sale anywhere, or has been offered to buy similar tools, to get in touch with police.

“If you have any information that may help us to find these tools, contact us via our website or by calling 101, quoting ref 22000841872.”

North Wales Chronicle | Anglesey