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Police looking for stolen tractors

At least three tractors have been stolen within the last month

By Diego Flammini
Staff Writer
Farms.com

Police from multiple jurisdictions are asking for the public’s help to recover stolen tractors.

In Kawartha Lakes, Ont., for example, the local Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is looking into the theft of a 2018 Kubota L3560HSTCC tractor, serial number #43095.

The tractor went missing from the Little Britain area between Dec. 21, 2022, and Jan. 3, 2023, police say.

The tractor’s starting price is $35,648, Kubota’s website says.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Kawartha Lakes OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Kawartha-Haliburton Crime Stoppers.

Staying in Ontario, Halton police are asking Burlington residents to be on the lookout for a Kubota tractor.

Someone took the tractor from the Access Storage facility at 860 Cumberland Ave., on Dec. 30, police said.

It’s unknown what model of tractor was stolen, but it’s valued around $25,000.

Anyone with information about this stolen item is asked to contact Halton police at 905-825-4747 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Authorities in New York State are also seeking the public’s assistance in locating a stolen tractor and potentially the suspect.

Police in Lowville are trying to recover a John Deere 790 compact tractor. The tractor also had a six-foot yellow 3-point brush hog attached at the time of the theft.

Depending on the farm equipment site, that model of tractor sells for between $14,000 and $20,000.

Authorities say the thief stole the tractor from a residence in the town of Denmark on or around Dec. 21, 2022.

Security cameras captured images of a person of interest.

Anyone with information about this stolen tractor are asked to contact police at (315)-366-6000 and reference case number 11204124.


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