Police are looking for information about the theft of a pressure pump last month.January 22, 2014 11:56am
A pressure pump worth $35,000 was allegedly stolen from farmland in Picola between December 7 and December 22.
The unknown offenders gained access to the property from the Barmah National Park via Hughes Track in Yielima.
It is believed the offenders were driving a four-wheel drive and cut a boundary fence before stealing a trailer carrying the pump, along with special piping and detachable fittings.
The pump is a Sterling Model QI-150, 150mm Auto Prime pump which is powered by an Isuzu 3LDI diesel motor.
Police have released an image of similar make and model pump.
If you have any information, phone CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.
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