Farmer fleeced: Theft from shearing shed leaves owner $8000 out of pocket

Farm fleeced: Theft from shearing shed leaves owner $8000 out of pocket


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“It appears that there is someone out there that needs them more ..."

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POLICE are calling for information from the public after machinery was stolen from a shearing shed near Manildra.

NSW Police rural crime officer Cameron Whiteside said between 2pm on Tuesday, January 8 and 11am on Friday a shearing shed about 15 kilometres west of Manildra on Henry Parkes Way was broken into.

“Offenders have stolen a Heiniger shearing grinder and three EVO speed shearing plants,” detective inspector Cameron Whiteside said.

MAP: Where the theft occurred …

“The shearing plants are less than 12 months old.”

Detective inspector Whiteside said the cost to the landholder to replace these items will be approximately $8000.“It appears that there is someone out there that needs them more and is not prepared to earn the money to get their own,” he said.

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If you have any information in relation to this crime please contact Cudal Police Station on 6363 6399 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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