Laptop stolen in St Albans burglary

PUBLISHED: 10:36 05 October 2017

Laptop stolen in St Albans burglary.

Laptop stolen in St Albans burglary.


Police are investigating after an Apple Macbook was stolen from a property in St Albans.

The burglars broke into a property in Nunnery Stables between approximately 1am and 9am on Friday, September 8.

A silver Apple Macbook was taken, along with rucksacks containing cash and ticket stubs.

DC Spencer Dicks, who is investigating, said: “I am appealing for anybody who might have seen suspicious activity in the area during the times stated to get in touch.

“You may have vital information that could help us trace these thieves and possibly reunite the victim with his belongings.

“I am keen to reunite the victim with his laptop which not only contains sentimental family photos but years of important work.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Spencer Dicks via the non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference F1/17/4325 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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