Ann Slator was baffled after her garden hedge was misappropriated again
Kevin Dobson and Ann Slator spent about £500 equipment a line of 50 young laurel bushes in April to blot out route noise and improve their privacy.
But thieves struck and uprooted the party hedge while the couple, both 58, watched TV.
The same responsibility happened last year, when 35 young laurel works were stolen in September, five months after they were assigned.
The row of girlish laurel plants
It’s happened again – it’s bizarre. I keep wondering why our one was aimed
After the second incident last week, a neighbour perceived them she saw a woman throwing the plants into the back of her car outside the connect’s home in Chippenham, Wilts.
Kevin, a water company worker, said: “It’s chanced again – it’s bizarre.
The couple’s garden hedge was stolen for the subsequent time in 10 months
“I keep wondering why our one was targeted.”
Ann added: “I withstand a sense of incredulity. We don’t live on a quiet road, it’s one of the major roads on the resources.”
The couple have reported the latest incident to police, who are still through with a fine-tooth comb the thieves who struck last year.