Police in new appeal for witnesses after ram-raid
have issued a fresh appeal for help in identifying three ram-raiders
who stole a large quantity of stock during a burglary at a town
centre store in Burnham-On-Sea this week.
have appealed for witnesses after the raid at around 2am on Monday
in which a car slammed into the front doors of Superdrug in Burnham's
High Street to gain access.
footage has been examined since the incident and police have also
carried out door-to-door enquiries and performed forensic enquiries
in a bid to try and identify the trio.
black or dark coloured Mazda was reversed into the front doors of
Superdrug," police spokesman Craig Evry told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
"Three men entered the store and stole a large quantity of
fragrances. Were appealing for anyone who saw this incident
to come forward, as well as anyone who knows of a black or dark
coloured Mazda which has suffered damage to its rear."
who can help should contact the police's Somerset Investigations
team on 101 and give the call-handler the reference number 5216219693.
not first time the store has been targeted by ram raiders. In
October 2008 ram raiders attacked Burnham-On-Sea's Superdrug store,
stealing stock inside.
December 2008 both Burnham-On-Sea's Boots and Superdrug were raided
and two men were later arrested and jailed.
last month, there was also a ram
raid at Burnham's Laptop Shop, was also struck by ram raiders
who took iPads and laptops that were later recovered,
The front doors of Burnham-On-Sea's Superdrug store being replaced