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Ink cartridges worth £2,000 stolen from Sainsbury's in Bourne




Printer ink worth £2,000 has been stolen from Sainsbury's in Bourne.

The theft happened at 2.30pm on Wednesday last week (October 30) at the store in Exeter Street, Bourne.

The culprit has been identified as a white male in his late thirties to early forties.

Police. Photo: Lee Hellwing (8405542)
Police. Photo: Lee Hellwing (8405542)

The man is 5ft11ins with dark hair and at the time he had a beard.

He was wearing a navy flying jacket with a fleece collar and jeans.

After being challenged by staff, the man became aggressive and left in a blue Vauxhall Astra with an Irish vehicle registration plate.

Anyone with information on last week's theft of ink cartridges can call Bourne police on 101 quoting incident 268 of October 30.

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