Owners of a village pub say they have had enough of witnessing thefts from their business after catching another theft on camera.
The landlords of the Bell and Jorrocks in Frittenden, near Cranbrook posted footage of two planters being taken in a bid to hunt down the culprits but claim police are not taking sufficient action to deter or catch suspects.
CCTV of the incident outside the Bell and Jorrocks pub
CCTV captured images appearing to show two men loading the planters onto a pick-up truck at about 11.20pm on Wednesday, June 8.
Rosie Croucher, who co-owns the pub with her partner Sean, described how they were in bed and heard a truck pull up outside but have now been left feeling "enough is enough".
She said a teenager and an older man got out of the truck, and did not respond when quizzed: "Can I help you?"
The men then proceeded to load the two bushes onto their truck and drove away.
Ms Croucher said that they could not identify the alleged thieves but that the truck had been spotted in the village.
The pub owner claimed that they tried to ring the 101 non-emergency police line but that no one answered the phone.
The landlady described how the alleged theft had left her at boiling point, claiming that they had endured 10 years of abuse, theft and threats.
She also discussed how she felt "very vulnerable" due to the pub's location and that the couple were sick of nothing being done.
Police say they have been notified and are investigating the incident.
Officers are appealing for anyone with information which may assist the investigation to contact the appeal line on 01622 604100, quoting crime reference 46/111397/22 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or by using the online form on their website.