Police are appealing for information after the theft at The Milking Parlour and wish to speak to anyone who witnessed two men, on a blue motorbike acting suspiciously near the premises.
The business was initially targeted in March when thieves struck and escaped with it's honesty box.
In a Facebook post, a spokesman for the farm, which sells milk, milkshakes, local cheeses, eggs and butter, expressed their dismay stating: "Stolen (again!). Has anyone got any information as to who has ripped our black honesty box off the wall and stolen it?
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"It's really really sad when this is the second time this has happened this year. Changes will be happening this time guys, it's just not on."
Police are investigating the theft. A spokesman for Ribble Valley Police said: "Less than three months since I last had to ask for answers on a postcard as to the purpose of an honesty box and here we unfortunately are again. A witness saw two suspicious males on a blue motorbike at approx 3pm on Tuesday, June 1st. If anyone has any further information, please contact [email protected] quoting crime reference 04/89631/21"