Rural crime cost East Midlands' farmers more than £6m in the last year
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Rural crime soars in East Midlands

Figures show rural crime has increased by 36% in the East Midlands - more than any other region in the UK.

Theft and other crimes have cost farmers more than £6m with tools, farm machinery and fuel among the main targets.

Navtej Johal reports.

  • 11 Aug 2014
  • From the section England