Thieves steal distinctive Land Rover dedicated to Captain Tom Moore from North Yorkshire village

A distinctive Land Rover painted with a tribute to the late Captain Tom Moore has been stolen from North Yorkshire.

Callum Price's customised Defender was taken from Long Marston, between York and Harrogate, overnight between November 16 and 17.

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The Land Rover is described as blue in colour, with a black bonnet and a distinctive signature rear quarter panel. This was a custom commission dedicated to the late Sir Captain Tom Moore with the slogan 'heroes don't fly - they work' on the rear window.

The stolen Land Rover

According to Mr Price, the Land Rover was last seen being driven west on the A64 at 1am that morning.

Its registration number is D52 TMJ.

Police are appealing for anyone that may have seen the Land Rover to get in touch.

Anyone with information that could assist the investigation should contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2, and ask for PC 741 Griffiths. You can also email [email protected]