POLICE ARE ASKING caravanners to keep 'em peeled for a very distinctive caravan which was recently stolen.

The Bailey Ranger 620/6 six-berth tourer was taken from a storage site on a farm in Lapal, Halesowen, West Midlands.

POLICE ARE ASKING caravanners to keep 'em peeled for a very distinctive caravan which was recently stolen.

 

The Bailey Ranger 620/6 six-berth tourer was taken from a storage site on a farm in Lapal, Halesowen, West Midlands.

 

 

Distinguishing marks

As a big twin-axle tourer, the Ranger is already pretty distinctive, but the stolen one was decorated with unique murals on both sides. On one side, there is a American indian with a dog, while the other side has a picture of a horse. If you see it, you're unlikely to forget it.

 

Bailey Ranger Series 5 620/6 626

Big twin-axle Bailey Ranger was stolen on 20/21 September in Halesowen

 

 

If you spot the Bailey with the monster murals, contact the Halesowen Neighbourhood team on 0345 113 5000 and hopefully we can get it reunited with its owner.

 

For a news story in the Halesowen local paper, click here

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