THREE high-value caravans worth a total of around £100,000 have been stolen from a Hampshire village.

Officers say a white Compass Rallye caravan, with the registration number WG 56 AXH, was taken from the Furzeley Corner storage site, in Denmead, sometime between 9am on September 21 and 4pm on September 30.

Two more caravans were then stolen from the Forest Road site, also in Denmead – a cream/ivory and white Bailey Unicorn Dadiz with the registration LN 62 ZKK and a white Swift Challenger 540 – between 6pm on September 23 and 7am on September 24.

Now police have launched a witness appeal in a bid to track down the caravans and their contents.

Hampshire Constabulary has advised caravan owners to ensure appropriate security measures are taken, including security lights, CCTV and the use of hitch locks and wheel clamps.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of any of the caravans is urged to call 101, quoting reference '44170380148', or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.