Cash drawer stolen in overnight bakery break-in

PUBLISHED: 17:02 07 March 2018

Simmons on Station Road, Harpenden. Picture: Google.

Simmons on Station Road, Harpenden. Picture: Google.

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Police are investigating a fresh spate of burglaries in Harpenden.

Burglars stole the cash drawer from Simmons Bakers on Station Road in Harpenden in an overnight burglary.

At around 3am last night a burglar removed the empty cash drawer and left. The crime reference for this is F2/18/502.

This is being linked-in to another burglary which took place between 8pm on Tuesday and 9.30am today, where a burglar tried to get into Thorn Tobacconist in High Street in Harpenden by breaking the glass before they left. The crime reference for this is F2/18/501.

Between 6am on Wednesday, February 7 and midday on Saturday, March 3, criminals cut a bike lock and took a bike from a garage in Rothamsted Court in Harpenden. The crime reference for this is F2/18/499.

Anyone with any information has been asked to contact police on 101, giving the relevant crime reference.

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