Did you spot these stolen saunas hurtling down the A11?

One of the wood fired barrel saunas that have been stolen from Bathing Under The Sky. Photo: Bathing

One of the wood fired barrel saunas that have been stolen from Bathing Under The Sky. Photo: Bathing Under The Sky - Credit: Archant

Two wood-fired barrel saunas stolen from a family business in Royston were recently spotted on the A11 heading towards Newmarket. Have you seen them?

One of the wood fired barrel saunas that have been stolen from Bathing Under The Sky. Photo: Bathing

One of the wood fired barrel saunas that have been stolen from Bathing Under The Sky. Photo: Bathing Under The Sky - Credit: Archant

Bathing Under the Sky is a unique business that specialise in outdoor spa experiences using wood fired hot tubs and saunas.

The company's storage location near Royston was broken into between the evening of Saturday, October 8 and the morning of Monday, October 10, during which time thieves stole two wood fired barrel saunas with the combined value of more than £25,000.

A witness is said to have spotted one of the saunas on the A11 on Sunday, October 16 around noon, heading towards Newmarket.

Co-founder and Managing Director of Bathing Under The Sky, Alexandra Weissova, is incredibly saddened by the theft.


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She said: 'This loss is not only substantial financially, but also emotionally, as my partner and I have just embarked on out first days off in five months after a successful summer season. To make matters worse this is not the first time we have been the victims of theft in the area. In 2012 we suffered the loss of two hot tubs from outside our residence in Meldreth.

'The combined effect of these two events is all the more disturbing as it contrasts starkly with the warmth and compassion we have experienced from the people of Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and the wider area so far.'

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• Anyone who has any information about the missing saunas can contact Bathing Under The Sky on 07828978811 or email relax@bathingunderthesky.com

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