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Appeal to find stolen bakery van, Pool


Public asked to report sightings

Police are appealing for witnesses after a Cornish bakery was broken into and their van was stolen.

Offenders smashed a double-glazed door to get inside Portreath Bakery in Wilson Way, Pool, sometime between 3pm on Saturday 10 October and 10.10am the next day.

They stole food before taking the bakery’s van which was parked outside.

Police are investigating and appealing to the public to look out for the stolen van and report any sightings to them.

The van is a white Mercedes Sprinter with the registration WN62 XXE.

Anyone who can assist police is asked to contact or telephone 101, quoting crime reference CR/085746/20.

Can you help?

Please provide as much detail as you can remember

Or email or ring 101
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18001 101 Minicom/Textphone
quoting the crime reference number or pass on information to Crimestoppers anonymously via their Anonymous Online Form or call them on 0800 555 111

To report crime / incidents please use the Crime reporting form


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