Police have issued photographs of a distinctive Land Rover in the hope of jogging memories after the vehicle was stolen from Catterick Garrison.
The modified, short wheelbase Land Rover 90, belongs to a serving soldier and was taken from a car park at Helles Barracks, Scotton Road in Catterick Garrison, sometime between 29 September and 4 October 2012.
The vehicle, which is green with a white roof, has been modified by the owner who has added windows, a snorkel, an upgraded gearbox, black steel wheels and a galvanized chassis.
Police want to hear from anyone who has any information about the theft, including anyone who witnessed the vehicle being taken from the car park and anyone who has been offered the car for sale.
Investigating officer, PC Mark Reed of Catterick Safer Neighbourhood Team, said: "The vehicle was taken at some point between 29 September and 4 October and I'm hoping the photographs will jog someone's memory. Whether they have seen it being driven away, been offered it for sale, or knows where it is now, I urge them to contact the police.
"The vehicle is worth a lot to its owner who has put a lot of work into customising it.
"If anyone saw any suspicious people, vehicles or activity in the car park over the six-day period, or saw the vehicle been driven away, I urge you to contact the police immediately."
Anyone with any information is asked to call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2 and ask for Mark Reed.
Alternatively, you can pass information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
11.29am - 10 October 2012