£30,000 worth of mobile phones stolen from Horsham shop

Vodafone store in Horsham
Vodafone store in Horsham

Tens of thousands of pounds worth of mobile phones have been stolen from a Horsham shop, police have said.

Officers said dozens of phones, worth around £30,000, were taken from the Vodafone store in West Street overnight on Friday (September 2).

Around £1,000 in cash was also stolen from the stock room, officers added.

Detective Sergeant Pete Yarrow said: “We believe the burglars entered the front of the shop in West Street at some point on Friday night (September 2) although there was no visible damage to the doors or windows.

“A quantity of mobile phones have been taken from the stock room at the back of the store.

“We would like to hear from any witnesses or anyone who may have been offered a new mobile phone for sale.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or ring 101 quoting serial 397 of 3/9.

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