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Cash taken from school

Posted Thu 22nd September 2011 at 10:27

A fourth burglary in a fortnight has taken place in Alderney.

Cash was again taken - this time from St Anne's School. The break-in happened over the weekend of September 10.

Sergeant Colin Solway, of Alderney Police, said a small amount of money was taken from the Newtown Road school.

He added: "We would ask anyone with information about this crime to get in touch. Once again I would ask any business owners not to leave cash on their premises overnight."

The latest burglary follows similar incidents at Alderney Cricket Club, Longis Bay Garden Centre and The Old Barn. Cash was taken from each establishment earlier this month.

Sgt Solway said: "There are no developments to report on any of those incidents at the moment."

Any witnesses or people with information should call Alderney Police on 824999 or contact Crimestoppers, in confidence, on 0800 555111.

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