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Newly opened forecourt burgled twice in two nights
Published:  23 September, 2016

Police are investigating after a Nottingham forecourt was burgled twice in two nights just four days after the site opened.

Police said a silver or grey VW Golf was used in both break-ins at the Lenton Boulevard Service Station in Lenton Boulevard, Lenton.

In the first incident overnight between 9.20pm on Monday September 19 and 6am on Tuesday September 20 suspects forced their way through a door. They searched the petrol station but it is not yet known whether anything was taken. They were wearing hoodies and tracksuit bottoms.

In the second incident between 11pm on Tuesday September 20 and 5.45am on Wednesday September 21 suspects again forced entry and this time stock was definitely stolen, including tobacco, e-cigarettes and confectionery.

Police said CCTV is still being reviewed but it is believed the same suspects were involved in both incidents.

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