Police searching for rightful owner of stolen motorhome

Police have recovered a stolen motorhome believed to have been taken from the Braintree, Essex.

Essex Police’s rural engagement team discovered the vehicle in Roxwell, a village near Chelmsford.

Officers said the vehicle, thought to be worth around £47,000 had been stolen overnight from Sible Hedingham.

It is being checked for forensic evidence and will be returned to its rightful owner.

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