'Two or three people' sought after heavy hydraulic 'pickers' are stolen from Chichester construction site

Two hydraulic 'pickers' were stolen from the rear yard of a construction site in Chichester last week, Sussex Police has confirmed.

Friday, 25th January 2019, 11:10 am
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 7:04 pm

Police said the break-in at the Frank Sandell and Sons site in South Street, happened between 5.20pm and 8am on Friday and Saturday, January 18-19.

"Two hydraulic 'pickers' were stolen from the rear yard of a building in South Street, Chichester," a police spokesman said.

"The items are heavy and it is believed it would have taken two or three people to lift them and a vehicle to remove them from the site."


In a Facebook post, the Arundel-based company said 'this is happening all too often'.

It added: "These thieves put jobs and project timetables at risk and must be stopped!"

Police asked anyone with any information about the incident to report it online or call 101 quoting serial 299 of 19/01.