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Kent Police are investigating the theft of a Land Rover Defender near Hildenborough train station, Tonbridge.

By Louisa Britton

Police are appealing for witnesses after a Land Rover Defender was stolen from near Hildenborough train station. 

The green vehicle was left in a car park and is believed to have been taken at some point on Wednesday.

A police spokesman said: "Officers investigating the theft of a Land Rover in Tonbridge are appealing for witnesses.

The Land Rover was left in a car park close to Hildenborough train station, in Tonbridge.

The Land Rover was left in a car park close to Hildenborough train station, in Tonbridge.

"It is reported the green Land Rover Defender was stolen between 7.50am and 9.15pm."

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 01622 604100 quoting reference YY/6064/17. 

Alternatively contact Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111. 

 

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