Wherever You Are!
By Haddenham Webteam - 20th December 2016 12:15pm
A tradesman's van has been broken into on the Chilworth estate close to the train station.
All the tools have either "J S Lee Builders", "JSL" or a variation of this on them, in marker pen.
They're all boxed power tools and include such items as impact drivers, drills, nail guns, laser, laser detector, routers, power planes, a jigsaw, a circular saw and a battery-operated grinder.
Resident are asked to keep an eye out for any items on selling sites.
If you see anything relevant, this website will be happy to assist in feeding information back to the tradesman.
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