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An open-sided van, typically powered by electricity, that is used for delivering milk to houses.
- He then used his milk float to try to ram the car as it drove away towards Coxtie Green Road.
- Following the milk float was a convoy vehicle, which we believe was a newish black Volkswagen Golf or similar.
- Having decided as a young boy that he rather fancied becoming a milkman, Glenister could have ended up with a milk float.
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