Thieves steal £6k worth of power tools from B&Q in Queensbury...then dump them during police chase

PUBLISHED: 13:00 14 December 2016 | UPDATED: 08:48 16 December 2016

Brent Police have recovered £6,000 worth of stolen goods (Pic: Twitter@MPSBrent)

Brent Police have recovered £6,000 worth of stolen goods (Pic: Twitter@MPSBrent)


Thieves dumped thousands of pounds worth of stolen power tools as they fled police after raiding a warehouse in Queensbury.

Officers from Brent Police and sniffer dog Zeus recovered the £6,000 worth of stock which had been snatched during a raid at B&Q in Honeypot Lane, this morning.

Police uploaded an image of the goods on social networking site Twitter.

No one has been arrested and detectives are currently looking at CCTV to try and identify the suspects.

Anyone with information should call Brent Police on ‘101’ quoting CAD: 314/14DEC16.

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