Exmouth seafront store burglary; police appeal to identify four men
PUBLISHED: 14:09 07 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:10 07 November 2017
Officers are keen to identify four men thought to be involved in the raid on Budgens, which occurred at around 2.25am on Tuesday, November 7, at Queen’s Drive, Exmouth.
Police investigating a burglary on Exmouth seafront in the early hours of Tuesday morning say cigarettes, lighters and alcohol was taken during the break-in.
Officers are keen to identify four men thought to be involved in the raid, which occurred at around 2.25am on Tuesday, November 7, at Budgens, Queen’s Drive, Exmouth.
The shop window was smashed and a door to the store was also damaged during the forced entry.
A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesman appealed for any information or witnesses to the crime.
He said: “It is believed that four men were involved in this break-in, in which cigarette lighters and alcohol was taken; the door was also damaged during the forced entry.”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact the police on firstname.lastname@example.org quoting crime reference CR/096749/17.