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Police believe Spalding shop raid goods were worth £2,000

Police believe the clothes stolen from Robert Goddard's in a smash and grab burglary were worth £2,000.

As we reported yesterday, the shop in Vine Street, Spalding, was targeted at about 11.10pm on Tuesday night when a large block of concrete was thrown through the window.

Police said three people were involved and appealed for witnesses.

A temporary repair at Robert Goddard after raiders smashed a window
A temporary repair at Robert Goddard after raiders smashed a window

Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting incident 491 of July 3.

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Spalding store targeted in smash and grab raid

Police say 3 people were involved in Spalding smash and grab burglary


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