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Mobile phones, tablets and computer equipment stolen from Currys PC World

PUBLISHED: 10:18 06 February 2019 | UPDATED: 15:26 06 February 2019

Currys PC World in King's Lynn, which was broken into overnight  Picture: Chris Bishop

Currys PC World in King's Lynn, which was broken into overnight Picture: Chris Bishop

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Mobile phones, tablets and computer equipment were stolen in the early hours at a raid at Currys PC World in King’s Lynn

A sign telling cutomers the store will be closed after a break-in   Picture: Chris BishopA sign telling cutomers the store will be closed after a break-in Picture: Chris Bishop

Forensic officers were at Currys PC World on the Hardwick Retail Park in King’s Lynn.

A sign on the door this morning said: “Due to an overnight break-in the store will be closed until midday.”

A police spokesman said: “We are investigating a burglary at a retail store on the Hardwick Retail Park in King’s Lynn, which happened at approximately 2am today.

“A suspect or suspects forced entry to the back of the building and are believed to have stolen a number of items, including mobile phones, tablets and computer equipment.

Currys PC World in King's Lynn, which was broken into overnight  Picture: Chris BishopCurrys PC World in King's Lynn, which was broken into overnight Picture: Chris Bishop

Police are keen to speak to witnesses or anyone with information. Call 101 quoting CAD reference 19 of 6 February. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111


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