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Lock-in thieves at farm.

A VEHICLE owner was locked inside a farm unit by thieves who then made off with his motorbike and van.

The Honda 600cc motorbike, registration W57 PNP, and the white Fiat Ducato panel van, registration W365 NHW, were stolen from outside the farm in Tamworth Road, Kingsbury.

The owner had gone into a building at the farm briefly when the thieves took the opportunity to lock him in.

They are believed to have arrived in a blue Ford Transit van. One is described as a white man 5ft 7in, with very short hair, and was wearing a baseball cap. He was slim and had a "baby face".

A friend unlocked the door for the vehicles' owner and he raised the alarm.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 30, 2003
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