Police cordon off part of Huntingdon High Street as pharmacy windows are smashed
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Police have cordoned off part of Huntingdon High Street due to pharmacy windows smashed
Boots Pharmacy on Huntingdon High Street has had it’s left front windows smashed in.
Two police cars were on the scene, one was a Police Scientific Support Van.
Cambridgeshire police in a statement said: “We were called at 2:06am today, November 6, with reports of a break in at Boots on High Street, Huntingdon.
“Officers attended and discovered that entry had been gained to the front of the store by glass being smashed.
“A cordon is currently in place while officers gather evidence and an investigation has been launched.
“It is not known at this stage exactly what has been stolen.
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“Anyone who saw anything is urged to contact police via our web-chat or by calling 101 quoting crime reference 35/75449/20.”