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Specialist equipment stolen from Totton site

Police have released an image of a man they want to speak to following the theft Credit: Hampshire Police

CCTV images have been released after specialist equipment worth £3000 was stolen from a building site in Totton.

A hydraulic breaker that fits to the rear of a mini digger is a rusty metal colour and weighs 150kg so would be difficult to carry.

The heavy item was stolen around 5pm on Thursday 3rd April and 11am the following morning from the rear of a mini digger at the Larchfield site on Michigan Way.

Whoever took the breaker appears to have forced the fence next to a footpath that runs between the site and a care home on Derwent Drive.

Two people were spotted on CCTV in the area at the time. A picture of one of them is being released today as Police are keen to identify him.

Man, 51, arrested after raid on Hampshire house

Police have released more details of an incident at Rose Road, Totton, shortly after 11am on Thursday, January 30. It followed reports of four men acting suspiciously near the property. Police say the males were lawfully at the premises and remained to prevent a breach of the peace.

On arrival, officers observed some items at the address that prompted them to request a full search of the property. A 51-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods and drugs offences. He remains in police custody.


TRAVEL - ROADS: HAMPSHIRE A35 Totton Bypass partially blocked in both directions - overturned lorry

The A35 Totton Bypass in both directions partially blocked due to overturned lorry at A326 Marchwood By-Pass (Rushington Roundabout). On the roundabout. A lorry is on its side on the Rushington Roundabout.

This is part of the diversion for traffic that is unable to use the Redbridge Roundabout due to works. The roundabout may need to be closed when recovery takes place.


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