RSPCA charity shop window smashed in suspected March burglary

PUBLISHED: 12:01 18 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:23 18 October 2018

The front window of the RSPCA charity shop in High Street, March, was smashed in a suspected burglary. Picture: HARRY RUTTER.

The front window of the RSPCA charity shop in High Street, March, was smashed in a suspected burglary. Picture: HARRY RUTTER.

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The front window of a March charity was smashed in a suspected burglary on Sunday afternoon (October 14).

The front window of the RSPCA charity shop in High Street, March, was smashed in a suspected burglary. Picture: HARRY RUTTER.The front window of the RSPCA charity shop in High Street, March, was smashed in a suspected burglary. Picture: HARRY RUTTER.

Police were called at 12.14pm with reports of a suspected burglary at the RSPCA in March High Street.

The window has since been boarded up but the shop remains open.

A police spokesman said: “A window had been smashed, unsure if anyone entered the premises or if anything was taken.

“A crime was raised for criminal damage, however it is no longer being investigated due to no viable lines of enquiry.”

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