Appeal following theft from a lorry - Milton Keynes
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Thames Valley Police is asking for information following the theft of a number of Ted Baker items from a lorry in Milton Keynes.
The lorry was parked overnight from Monday 7 August to Tuesday 8 August at the junction of Lasborough Road and Winchester Circle in Kingston, Milton Keynes.
Between 3am and 7am, the lock to the rear of the lorry has been forced open and tens of thousands of pounds worth of items taken. The stolen items can be seen in the photos within this appeal and anyone who spots these in shops, websites or circumstances that appear to be suspicious are asked to get in touch.
Investigating officer, PC Ellie Daymond, based at Milton Keynes Police Station, said: “As you can see in the photos, some of these stolen items are quite distinctive and my hope is that someone will spot these unique items. If you come across any of these, I ask that you please report this to us online or via 101 quoting reference 43230353166. This report will go directly to the investigating officer.
"Equally, I would like to appeal to motorists with dash-cam footage who were in the area overnight between 7-8 August to review it and check if their camera has captured anything significant during those early hours.”