St Albans post office broken into this morning

PUBLISHED: 10:45 26 October 2018 | UPDATED: 10:50 26 October 2018

The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.

The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.

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The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.

The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.

At 2.45am today, thieves smashed a glass pane in the front door of the store and then overturned a cash register and damaged a cigarette locker.

The shop was closed this morning with a police car parked outside while officers began their investigation.

The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.

The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.

The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.The post office on London Road in St Albans was broken into last night.

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