Burglar steals £120 worth of snacks from Ely train station coffee shop - police appeal for help to trace him
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British Transport Police detectives are calling for the public’s help following a burglary of £120-worth of snacks from a coffee shop at Ely station.
The break-in happened at the LA Golden Bean kiosk at around 2am on Sunday June 14.
Det Con David Bishop said: “Someone entered the station and forced the shutters on the locked kiosk.
“They stole around £120 worth of snacks before leaving the station.”
The owners discovered the break-in when they arrived to open up several hours later.
As well as the stolen items the kiosk counter and shutters were damaged.
DC Bishop said: “Small businesses like this one provide important services to passengers and it is sad to see them targeted by criminals.
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“We work hard to keep stations crime-free environments for everyone who uses and works in them.
“After looking at CCTV from Ely station, I am issuing an image of a man who I think can help with our enquiries into this incident. Who is he?”
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016, quoting reference ESUB/B7 of 22/07/2015. Information can also be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.