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Burglary on Bell Street Wigston Did you see anything

Alert message sent 09/01/2020 15:54:00

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Dear Members

Hello, hope you all are well. There was a recent Burglary to a business premises on Bell Street Wigston that occurred on early hours of Tuesday 7th January 2020 about 01:25hrs and another break to another business premise the same day about 23:30hrs. The suspects have forced their way via the front of the shop on Bell Street Wigston. It appears that the suspects used a large bag and took this at the rear side alleyway where we believe a vehicle maybe involved. Items stolen is a quantity of Cigarettes and a large quantity of perfumes and other cosmetics.

If anyone is local in this area and was either woken up by the noise or saw persons acting suspicious then please do get in touch with any information. You can call 101 and quote crime reference 20*12826 with any information. You can reply to this message and I can forward your details to the officer in charge who can get in contact. You can also call Anonymously and give information to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

Thank you for your support.

Stay Safe – “If you see something….Say Something and Report it!”

PCSO Ali Haq
Wigston Police Station.

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