$2,500 worth of fuel stolen from Norfolk County farm, police say

The Ontario Provincial Police is looking for a total of 2,000 litres of fuel stolen from a farm in Norfolk County.

About 2,000 litres of fuel were taken, police say

Ontario Provincial Police is looking for $2.5k worth of fuel stolen from a farm in Norfolk County. (Dave Chidley/CBC)

Ontario Provincial Police is looking for 2,000 litres of fuel stolen from a farm in Norfolk County. The theft is worth about $2,500, police say.

The OPP's investigation says someone broke into the property between Tuesday and Thursday last week. Then they took 1000 litres of diesel fuel and 1000 litres of unleaded gasoline from storage tanks in the property.

Police say there are truck marks in the property, and they're following up on them.

Over the years there have been several number of similar incidents, police say.

The OPP warns businesses and farms with large fuel storage to keep them safe with heavy locks, lighting and security cameras.