Rare vintage tractor parts stolen from Selby farm

Rare parts from a pair of vintage tractors have been stolen from a farm in North Yorkshire, police have said.

The parts were stolen from an isolated farm building at Great Heck near Selby between 16:00 GMT on Thursday 3 January and 09:00 GMT on Friday 4 January.

Thieves stole a radiator, starter and alternators from a Super WD6 tractor and a David Brown 30D, said police.

PC Julia Allen, from Selby Police, said all the parts were "very rare and extremely difficult to replace".

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