The incident happened at Teme Valley Tractors, Knighton, around 12:20 a.m. Monday.
A quantity of Husqvarna chainsaws were stolen, along with money, and damage was caused to the property on Station Road.
Police believe a bronze Nissan Nivara pickup truck with registration FX66 EBU, which was stolen earlier in the morning, was used in the burglary.
Investigators believe two or more men were involved. One of the men is described as being between 40 and 50 years old and of strong build. He was wearing a wax jacket and Wellington boots.
PC Wayne Strangwood of West Mercia Police said: “We are in the early stages of our investigation and would like to speak to anyone who may have observed suspicious behavior or have CCTV of the area.
“At this point, we believe that a bronze Nissan Nivara FX66 EBU pickup truck registration was used in this burglary. The bronze-colored vehicle with green signage was stolen earlier in the morning during a burglary in Knighton.
Police are calling for information and anyone who may be able to help or has CCTV video should contact them on 101 quoting the reference number for the 7li incident of May 24.
Alternatively, the information can be transmitted through the online reporting feature on the West Mercia Police website in the Tell us about section.