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Machinery found; CRIMEBEAT.

POLICE in Stoke, Coventry, have recovered a welding generator which they believe has been stolen.

The generator was found in bushes at the back of Wyver Crescent, Stoke, on June 14. The heavy machinery is light blue and has some distinguishing marks which officers believe the real owner would be able to identify.

The item was not reported stolen but police are keen to hear from anyone who has "lost" a generator fitting this description. Sgt Scott Yarker can be contacted at Chace Avenue police station by phoning 024 7653 9040.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jun 29, 2000
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