steal valuables from caravans at Burnham-On-Sea holiday park
TVs, handbags and other valuables have been stolen during a spate
of thefts from caravans at a holiday park in Burnham-On-Sea over
told Burnham-On-Sea.com on Monday (May 17th) that over a dozen
caravan awnings were slashed at Home Farm Holiday Park when the
Roger Tolley confirmed to Burnham-On-Sea.com: "At least thirteen
awnings were slashed and property was removed from inside. The
stolen items included TVs, gaming consoles, laptops, handbags
and fishing equipment."
of the stolen property has been recovered from a motorway verge
after council workers cutting grass came across the items, but
more is missing. We have been out to the victims and our investigations
are well underway."
appealed for anyone who saw people acting suspiciously or trying
to sell cheap valuables to get in contact via Crimestoppers on
0800 555 111.
Tolley added: "We are working with Home Farm and other holiday
parks to ensure security is maximised over the coming weeks."
Farm owner Steve Atkinson told Burnham-On-Sea.com that security
is already very high at the park.
were opportunistic thieves who managed to get around our 24 hour
security. We are working closely with the police on the matter,"