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Thieves strike twice at Travis Perkins

Builders merchant Travis Perkins has been hit by thieves in two separate incidents at different branches.
The Evesham branch was burgled last Wednesday when thieves got away with Five Paslode nail guns worth a total of £2,250, a Hilti drill worth £700, a Makita circular saw worth £200 and a Makita cordless drill worth £400.

In a separate incident, timber worth around £150 was loaded into a van at the branch in Burnham, Essex. The driver then drove the white van away, making no attempt to pay for the goods.

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