Cash, tills and laptops stolen in raid at Currys/PC World in Norwich
- Credit: Dan Grimmer
Police have revealed a number of laptops, cash and tills were stolen following a break-in at Currys/PC World in Norwich.
Raiders are thought to have broke into the store at the Sweet Briar Retail Park sometime between 10.30pm on Saturday, March 3 and 12.15am on Sunday, March 4.
A Norfolk Police spokesman said a cash, a number of laptops and tills were taken following the burglary although some of the laptops were recovered nearby.
The spokesman said police were in the early stages of their investigations and urged anyone with information to come forward.
Crime scene investigators from Norfolk Constabulary went the store, which incorporates a Carphone Warehouse, on Sunday (March 4) morning.
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• Anyone who witnessed the burglary or anyone with information about the break-in has been asked to contact officers by calling police on 101.
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