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Police appeal after Royston burglary

Monday March 21 2016


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A GROUP OF THIEVES forced their way into a Royston service station before stealing alcohol and scratch cards. 

Police have issued a CCTV appeal for information following the reported burglary.

At around 11.50pm on Tuesday 15 March, it is reported that four men forced entry to the Jet service station in Royston Lane, causing damage.

A quantity of alcohol and scratch cards were taken during the incident.

The four suspects are all described as being men in their 20s and were wearing dark clothing.

One suspect, who is described as being medium build, around 5ft 9ins tall, was wearing a black woolly hat and a black jumper with a print of a woman on the front.

Another suspect, described as being around 5ft 9ins tall of chubby build, was reportedly wearing a blue t-shirt underneath a dark-coloured body warmer with a hood.

A third suspect, described as being around 5ft 7ins tall of slim build, was wearing a dark waterproof coat with a hood that reportedly had a motif on its right bicep.

Officers believe the men in the CCTV images could hold useful information about the burglary.

Anyone with further information should contact 101 quoting incident 1 of 16 March 2016.

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Reply Posted by Sam on Monday March 21 2016 at 18:01
Useless bunch of *****. Let em ave their knock off drink n scratch cards. If one of em wins a score he can buy some more cheap wooly for his next major robbery.