More GPS systems have been stolen overnight from a Dorset farm as the spate of theft continues.

Between 8pm yesterday (September 21) and 7am this morning, GPS systems have been stolen from two tractors and a combine harvester in the Bradford Peverell area.

A spokesperson for Dorset Police said: "GPS systems have been a target for criminals lately, so please see the link below for help trying to secure them."

The link goes to the Datatag website which sells a marking system for GPS equipment.

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An increasing number of thefts have been reported to the police as stolen however lack of identification marks make it difficult to for the units to be identified correctly.

Police are reminding farmers to remove GPS equipment if possible, to consider marking property and to keep a note of serial numbers.

If anyone has any information regarding this type of theft, or witnesses any suspicious activity, especially around agricultural vehicles, call the police at the time on 101.

If you believe a crime is in progress, call 999.