Computer and camera equipment worth £11,000 stolen

Daily Echo: Computer and camera equipment worth £11,000 stolen Computer and camera equipment worth £11,000 stolen

POLICE are hunting a gang who got away with computer and camera equipment worth more than £11,000 after raiding three offices in a village.

The gang struck at Chatmohr Office Village at Crawley Hill in West Wellow on Thursday night last week and detectives are appealing for the public’s help to track down those behind the break-ins.

Among the gang’s haul were three HP ‘all in one’ computers, two iMac Pro desktop computers and two iMac Pro tower units, along with two Canon digital SLR cameras with wide angle lenses. An electric bass guitar worth about £80 was also stolen.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC William Nye, at Romsey police station, on 101.


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