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High value computer raid staged

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It is understood tens of thousands of pounds of equipment were taken

A police investigation is under way after a break-in at a computer warehouse in the Scottish Borders.

It is understood tens of thousands of pounds worth of equipment were taken in the incident at User Friendly Computing in Tweedbank on Friday night.

It follows a similar incident at another site in southern Scotland where a large number of laptops was taken.

Lothian and Borders Police confirmed it was investigating the incident and appealed for witnesses to come forward.

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