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  • #73956
    Dp707
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    Hello, I’m new to the forum and could do with some advice. It’s a long story but basically I had established myself on a 2 acre secluded field I had purchased with an old static caravan (powered by lpg, solar and batteries) and a couple of touring caravans that I was storing there. Someone doesn’t want me there, I only stay over the odd night as I also have a house and pay council tax. I rolled up last Sunday and all 3 caravans had been burned to the ground, where do I go from here….it’s sort of ruined the land for me. I suspect a neighbour farmer but no evidence for a police interview. Motive not theft as nothing stolen, I reckon they didn’t even check if anyone was in the vans. I’m very depressed about it but refuse to be defeated and plan to set up cctv and place a decrepit tourer on there. The trouble is they seem to wait until I’m set up and maybe years before they do it again. Happened also a year ago with a previous tourer.

    #74394
    Dr Dew
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    Sugar in one tractor fuel tank would even up the score. Sugar in multiple tractor fuel tanks would put you in the lead.

    #76897
    Dp707
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    Thanks Dr Dew, unfortunately I don’t know 100% which farmer it was and it’s difficult to sneak onto the main suspects land as he breeds dogs. Not sure if there’s a few of the farmers had a secret discussion on how to get rid of me and paid someone to do the deeds.

    #76973
    Lolo
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    You are absolutely right about that and I think you made a good decision!

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