THOUSANDS of dollars worth of tools and other goods have been stolen during a daylight break-in at a farm near Bundarra.
Police have released a detailed list of the goods stolen in the hope they can track them down before it's too late, or they hit the black market.
Offenders broke into the property on Wearnes Road at Bundarra between 9.30am and 3pm on August 26.
They're appealing for public help from anyone that might have seen anything suspicious on the day, including vehicles, or anyone that might have seen the goods being offered for sale.
Investigators said a more detailed description of the goods stolen included a blue Victa branded lawnmower and Honda pump - both with four-stroke Briggs and Stratton engines.
A belt sander, circular saw, jigsaw, electric drill and a hammer drill - all Hitachi-branded were taken; so too a Stihl brushcutter with a Y handles; and the same branded chainsaw.
A blue coloured 90-litre air compressor, as well as a yellow cordless drill and a blue electric arc welder were stolen; along with a 12-inch Stanley-branded rotary hoe; and a Stanley tool chest with five drawers.
Anyone with information is urged to contact local police.