Mindless Thieves Steal Search and Rescue Kit in overnight Car Breaking in Sandbach

Here is a list of Kit stolen out of a Cheshire Search and Rescue team members car last night.
Items as listed below: Helikontex Direct Action Ghost, Grey/Green military style rucksack with reflective and glow in the dark markers on the front and a Thin Blue, Green and Red Line patch on top section.
Containing:
X2 Hill People Gear Bottle Holsters grey green colour with HPG animal skull logo on front. Attached on left and right hand side of bags belt.
Divers Knife in holster- black plastic handle, 2 inch fixed blade, with flat tip and cord cutter. Attached on right hand side of bag belt.
Vango 100 1 Season Sleeping Bag in stuffsack grey and red with mosquito net built into head opening. Stuff sack has a broken compression strap
Berghaus Waterproof Trousers grey with black and red zip linings and black patches on ankles.
Keela Microfleece black and red with Cheshire Search and Rescue Logo on one arm.
Keela Insulated Jacket red in colour with removable arms and Keela logo in silver on left of chest.
Jetboil Flash Stove green cylindrical camping stove with neoprene sleeve on it.
Cheshire Search and Rescue paperwork
X2 AA battery holders- yellow holders for 4 AA batteries
X2 GITD AAA battery holders- glow in the dark holders for 6 AAA batteries
Hill People Gear (HPG) Kit Bag V2, black chest pack with harness and plastic ‘G’ clips containing the following:
Officer Survival Solutions Trauma Kit first aid kit with shears and triage cards in a clear plastic clip top packet.
7″ Trauma Bandage in silver vacuum package
Leatherman Sidekick Multitool silver metal, one side of the pliers hangs losely due to a broken clip.
Suunto M3 Global Compass navigation compass with attached translucent grid reference measurement tool
X2 Rite In The Rain Green A5 notepads each. One has CSAR contact details written in it.
Sharx Pealess Rex Whistle 40
Baofeng Radio and handset.

Please let us know if you hear of anyone selling anything team badged or anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101

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