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Televisions stolen from lorry for Northamptonshire

At least 80 new televisions worth a total of £16,000 have been stolen from a lorry.

Police said thieves entered a yard at Interoute Transport Services, Rycote Lane, Thame, Oxfordshire, and cut open the curtains of a lorry parked there.

The theft of the Toshiba televisions was discovered when the lorry arrived at a John Lewis depot in Northants.

Police have just released details of the incident, which happened between Thursday 18 February and Monday.

The televisions include 60 22in LCD-DVD combination televisions, model 22DV665DB; and 20 19in LCD-DVD combination televisions, model 19DV667DB.

Pc Roy Fuller said of Northamptonshire Police said: "We are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area any time between Thursday and Monday, or anyone who has been offered a television like this to buy."



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