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Charity box stolen from Stamford Methodist Church


By Tim Coulson


Police are looking to trace two males involved in a burglary at Stamford Methodist Church. If you are the person(s) pictured in the images or are able to identify them, please contact Sergeant Carr on 101 ex 3633 or e-mail leanne.carr@lincs.pnn.police.uk EMN-150819-093725001
Police are looking to trace two males involved in a burglary at Stamford Methodist Church. If you are the person(s) pictured in the images or are able to identify them, please contact Sergeant Carr on 101 ex 3633 or e-mail leanne.carr@lincs.pnn.police.uk EMN-150819-093725001

Police are appealing for information following a burglary at Stamford Methodist Church in Barn Hill, Stamford.

The burglary happened at around 9.45pm on Sunday night, when thieves forced a side door to the church to gain entry and stole a cash box and charity box.

Police are looking to trace two males involved in a burglary at Stamford Methodist Church. If you are the person(s) pictured in the images or are able to identify them, please contact Sergeant Carr on 101 ex 3633 or e-mail leanne.carr@lincs.pnn.police.uk EMN-150819-093735001
Police are looking to trace two males involved in a burglary at Stamford Methodist Church. If you are the person(s) pictured in the images or are able to identify them, please contact Sergeant Carr on 101 ex 3633 or e-mail leanne.carr@lincs.pnn.police.uk EMN-150819-093735001

Police have released CCTV of two males who may be able to assist in the ongoing enquiries.

If you have any information relevant to the investigation please contact police on 101 and quote incident number 83 of Monday, August 17.

Alternatively contact Crime stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.



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