Over £600 worth of fishing gear stolen in Louth shed break-in

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Fishing equipment worth over £600 has been stolen during a shed break-in in Louth.

PC Darren Gray, of Louth Police Station, is appealing for information about the burglary that happened in Bramley Close sometime between 4pm on Monday and 11am on Tuesday.

The offenders forced entry to the shed and stole fishing equipment including:

• A green ESP rod bag which contained, three black coloured Nash pursuits fishing rods which had carbon effect handles and DIAWA reels.

• Two black TF Gear Banshee fishing rods with DIAWA reels.

• A black fishing net.

• A green Chub make, Bivvy bag containing a Bivvy and pegs.

Anyone with information should contact PC Gray by dialling 101 and quoting incident 127 of April 17.