A rare coloured Land Rover containing important documents and an MBE medal has been stolen from Forage Aid founder, Andrew Ward.
Stolen on Aug 18. Colour is VERY rare. If you see ANY this colour, even on diff plates, please call 999 immediately. pic.twitter.com/I4u3RMX6nS— Andrew Ward (@wheat_daddy)
Lincolnshire farmer and founder of Forage Aid, Andrew Ward is appealing for information regarding his stolen Land Rover.
The vehicle was stolen on Thursday August 18, and was publicised throughout Farmers Guardian's 24 Hours in Farming coverage.
Inside the vehicle is 'vital farm paperwork, Forage Aid material, and Mr Ward's MBE medal,' according to the farmer's Twitter page.
Mr Ward was presented an MBE in 2014 after founding the charity Forage Aid following the devastating floods in Somerset that year.
Lincolnshire police are calling for anyone with information regarding the theft to come forward immediately.
If the vehicle, which is a Kaikoura Stone bronze-brown colour with the private number plate X4 AWW, is seen on the road, police are asking for witnesses to call 999.
If it is seen parked up, please dial 101.