Sec­ond bur­glary at char­ity shop

Accrington Observer - - NEWS -


ATOWN cen­tre char­ity shop has been bur­gled for the SEC­OND time in four weeks.

Hyn­d­burn Stray Dogs in Need (HSDIN) on Whal­ley Road in Accrington was bro­ken into at around 10.25pm on Sun­day, Novem­ber 25.

The of­fender stole money from a till and a whiskey jar and swiped a jar of cof­fee be­fore leav­ing through the fire es­cape.

Char­ity bosses have posted CCTV of the break-in on their Face­book page and are ap­peal­ing for in­for­ma­tion.

The Ob­server re­ported ear­lier this month how the shop was bur­gled by Claire Louise Townsend, 31, of Lee Street, Accrington, on Novem­ber 1, caus­ing more than £1,000 in dam­age.

She was jailed for six months.

Stephen Wood, a vol­un­teer at HSDIN, said: “It’s get­ting too much now. I fell ab­so­lutely gut­ted. It’s one step for­ward and 100 steps back.

“[The lat­est thief] came in through the side win­dow where the door is and stole money and a jar of cof­fee out of the kitchen.

“He also had a good rum­mage through every­thing we have got.”

Lan­cashire Po­lice said no ar­rests have been made and any­one with in­for­ma­tion should call 101 quot­ing log num­ber 0297 of Novem­ber 26.

CCTV of the bur­glary on Whal­ley Road

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