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Fishing rods ‘with good nauseating value’ stolen

Fishing roads “with good nauseating value” value roughly £8,000 have been stolen from a garage in South Gloucestershire.

The apparatus was a benefaction to a plant from his late mom and some of a rods have been engraved with a difference “Something Special.”

They were taken from a garage in Olympus Close in Little Stoke during about 9.40pm on Feb 26.

Avon and Somerset Constabulary has pronounced it wants members of a open – quite anglers and used shops – to be observant in their hunt for a equipment.

A military orator said: “We would like anyone who might be offering equipment relating those in a images to hit us.

Some of a rods have been engraved with a difference “Something Special”
(Image: Avon and Somerset Police)

“If we have any information that could help, greatfully hit us by www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/contact, or by job 101, quoting anxiety 5219043052.

“Alternatively, we can hit Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or news it on-line regulating a following couple bit.ly/1pwX4Zm quoting a above anxiety number.”

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