Welwyn Garden City John Lewis burglary: 1,000 of pounds worth of goods taken
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Thousands of pounds worth of goods were stolen from the John Lewis in Welwyn Garden City yesterday
Police are investigating a burglary that happened between 11.50pm and 11.59pm at the John Lewis in Bridge Road.
A male offender gained entry by smashing a glass door at the Wigmores North entrance.
He then smashed a watch counter and stole thousands of pounds worth of watches.
Police believe he then left on foot in the direction of Stonehills.
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He was subsequently seen cycling in the direction of Church Road.
If you have information contact Herts Police by calling 101 and quoting crime reference 41/60132/19.
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