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Safe stolen from Rainham bookmakers

11:46 04 February 2014

Eight vehicles were seized on Wednesday.

Eight vehicles were seized on Wednesday.

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An Rainham bookmakers had its safe stolen in an overnight raid.

Police have confirmed that Jennings Bookmakers, on Upminster Road South, had cash and a safen taken between the hours of 8.30pm on Sunday and 8.45am Monday morning.

Havering CID are investigating the crime and have not made any arrests at present.

Anyone who has information concerning this incident should call Havering Police Burglary Unit on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting reference 5401714/14.

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