Police seek three men after Harpenden supermarket burgled

PUBLISHED: 09:33 25 September 2013 | UPDATED: 09:33 25 September 2013

Hertfordshire Constabulary

Hertfordshire Constabulary


Hundreds of pounds worth of cigarettes have allegedly been stolen by three men from a Harpenden supermarket.

A Herts police spokeswoman said the trio, wearing light coloured hoodies and jogging bottoms, forced open the doors of the Co-operative store on Lower Luton Road in the burglary, which occured at 1.30am last Friday, September 20.

PC Sally Bonner-May, investigating the theft, said: “We would like to hear from anyone who saw the men around the time of the burglary and anyone who knows who may be responsible.

“If anyone offers you cheap cigarettes for sale, please contact us. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is and you could be buying stolen property.”

If you have information about the theft, please phone the police on 101.

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