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Till forced open in shop burglary

March 4, 2013, 3:48 pm

Police are appealing for information about a burglary at a shop in Wells.

The break-in occurred overnight between Thursday 28 and Friday March 1, 2013. The front door of a shop on Priory Road, was smashed to gain entry. A till was forced open and a small amount of cash taken from inside. The till drawer was later found discarded in St. John’s Street. Silverware was also stolen in the burglary.

A burglary investigation has begun and enquiries are being conducted to identify the person, or people, responsible and recover the stolen money.

Witnesses to the incident, or anyone with other information about the burglary, should contact PC Martin Reynolds on 101.

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