Two caravans stolen from East Yorkshire property
EAST RIDING: Caravan enthusiasts to help trace two mobile homes stolen from a village near Beverley.
The two four-berth caravans were removed from the back of a garage in Routh where they were being stored for the winter.
The thefts took place some time between mid December and mid January this year.
The first van is a white Elddis Avante 544 with black and grey flashes down the side and the second is a white Bailey Pageant Bordeaux.
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Police believe the caravans may well now have been sold on or are being stored elsewhere to be sold at a later date.
Numerous inquiries have been conducted to date but nobody has been traced who witnessed the caravans being removed.
Police are now appealing to those in the caravanning community to be vigilant.
Anyone who has been asked recently to store such caravans or been offered to buy one or has bought one, should call Humberside Police on 101.