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Kent Police investigate after £4,000 of scaffolding stolen in Folkestone at Grace Court in Grace Hill on Sunday morning

By Matt Leclere

An investigation is under way after thousands of pounds worth of scaffolding was stolen from a Folkestone building.

Scaffolding poles, boards and ladders valued at an estimated £4,000 were taken from the back of the Grace Court retirement flats in Grace Hill in the town centre on Sunday morning.

It is thought the incident was carried out by three men between 6am and 10am and police are appealing for help in finding the trio.

Grace Court in Folkestone where the alleged scaffolding theft occurred. Picture Google Street View

Grace Court in Folkestone where the alleged scaffolding theft occurred. Picture: Google Street View

Scaffolding worth £4,000 was taken according to police. Stock picture

Scaffolding worth £4,000 was taken according to police. Stock picture

The scaffolding had been erected by a genuine company who are carrying out renovation work at the property.

The three men reportedly were seen with a white flatbed truck and yellow cab.

Officers would like to hear from anyone who may have seen the men or the truck or anyone who has information linked to the case.

Witnesses can call PC Rick Smith 01843 222289 quoting crime reference ZY/3947/15.  Alternatively call Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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