Two men who were arrested in Horsham town centre last week in connection with a burglary have been bailed.
A large team of police officers swooped on West Street at about 3.30pm on Thursday March 3 where the two men, both from Horsham, were arrested.
The pair, aged 31 and 32, have been bailed until April 8 while enquiries continue.
A spokesperson for the force said a house in Redwing Close, Horsham, was broken into between 10.10am and 12.40pm on Thursday.
Access to the home was gained via a rear window and foreign bank notes were taken from the home, the spokesperson added.
At around 3.15pm, two men entered a currency shop in West Street and attempted to exchange some foreign notes, the Sussex Police spokesperson said.
Shop workers became suspicious of the men and called police, who arrested the men in West Street.
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