Welwyn Wine Rack targeted by thugs for a third time in a month
THIEVES have targeted an off-licence for the THIRD time in one month. The latest incident took place on Monday last week at Wine Rack in Welwyn. The yobs smashed the High Street store s front door panel window at 11.55pm but were unable to gain access to
THIEVES have targeted an off-licence for the THIRD time in one month.
The latest incident took place on Monday last week at Wine Rack in Welwyn.
The yobs smashed the High Street store's front door panel window at 11.55pm but were unable to gain access to the shop.
Police are linking the incident to the previous two, on July 19 and July 30.
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In those burglaries hooded men stole nearly �6,000 worth of cigarettes and alcohol and hauled the goods out of the shop in a duvet.
A police spokeswoman told the Welwyn & Hatfield Times: "We are linking the incidents and if anyone has got any information about either one of the burglaries, or attempted burglary, please get in touch."
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Call police on 0845 33 00 222.