Clothing stolen in Johnsons of Old Hurst raid

10:24 10 March 2014

Clothing items were stolen in a burglary in Old Hurst

Clothing items were stolen in a burglary in Old Hurst

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Expensive items of clothing were stolen in a raid on Johnsons of Old Hurst.

Clothing items were stolen in a burglary in Old HurstClothing items were stolen in a burglary in Old Hurst

Thieves targeted the farm shop, in Church Street, Old Hurst, overnight on February 24 to steal a number of coats and other clothing.

Detective constable Karin Peters said: “I would urge anyone who knows the whereabouts of these items, or have been offered them for sale, to call police.”

INFORMATION: Anyone with any information should call DC Peters on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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