We re­ally hoped it wouldn’t hap­pen to us again. We’re re­ally dis­ap­pointed

Ruislip & Eastcote & Northwood Gazette - - News -

steal­ing hun­dreds of pounds and caus­ing al­most £1,000 of dam­age.

It is un­clear how much was stolen in the sec­ond bur­glary and the char­ity is un­sure how much re­pairs from the break-in will cost.

The alarm sounded at the shop in Fair­field Road just be­fore 1am on Tues­day morn­ing af­ter thieves forced their way in.

Com­mu­nity fundraiser with the hospice, Emma Wag­gott, told the Gazette: “We’re re­ally dis­ap­pointed that peo­ple could at­tack a char­ity in this way.

“We have hoped it wouldn’t hap­pen to us again.”

Har­ling­ton Hospice of­fers end-of-life care through­out Hilling­don and sup­port fam­i­lies deal­ing with be­reave­ment and loss.

The Har­ling­ton-based char­ity’s ser­vices in­clude day care, home care and coun­selling

There are seven Har­ling­ton Hospice shops in Hilling­don and one in Slough.

There have be no ar­rests in con­nec­tion with the sec­ond bur­glary but the Metropoli­tan Police are in­ves­ti­gat­ing.

It is not clear if the bur­glar­ies are linked.

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