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Superdry jumpers worth £66,000 stolen from lorry on A14




News from the Bury Free Press
News from the Bury Free Press

Police are appealing for information after £66,000 worth of Superdry clothing was stolen from a lorry last month.

Between 6.55pm on Monday December 15 and 5am on Tuesday December 16, a lorry parked in a layby on the westbound A14 at Risby was broken into.

�66,000 worth of Superdry jumpers have been stolen from a lorry on the A14 at Risby ANL-150121-170846001
�66,000 worth of Superdry jumpers have been stolen from a lorry on the A14 at Risby ANL-150121-170846001

Boxes of Superdry Orange Label jumpers were taken worth £66,000.

The jumpers stolen were sky blue coloured V-necks (left) and pink, lemon marl and egret white crew neck style jumpers (right).

Police are circulating photographs of the clothing and are appealing for anyone who may have been offered them for sale, or has any information about the theft, to get in touch.

Calls should be made to PC Rachel Reeve at Bury St Edmunds Police Station on 101 quoting reference BR/14/930, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.



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