Appeal after shop burglary

Police want to speak to these men after a burglary at Eatabout, on Queen Street, Blackpool.
Police want to speak to these men after a burglary at Eatabout, on Queen Street, Blackpool.
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POLICE have released CCTV images of three men they want to speak to after a town centre take-away was raided.

Thieves stole industrial cooking machines after breaking into Eatabout, on Queen Street, Blackpool, in broad daylight last month.

One of three men police want to speak to after a burglary at Eatabout takeaway, on Queen Street, Blackpool.

One of three men police want to speak to after a burglary at Eatabout takeaway, on Queen Street, Blackpool.

And now police have released images of three men they wanted to speak to in connection with the burglary, after they were spotted with a flatbed truck at the front of the premises around the time of the incident, at 1pm on December 7.

The thieves are believed to have parked at the front of the take-away and then used an alleyway to access the premises, forcing their way in through a rear door and removing several industrial cooking machines.

A police spokesman said: “The offenders have entered the alleyway that runs between Bar 19 and Roxy’s and have forced open the rear door of the takeaway premises.

“They have then loaded the equipment onto a flatbed truck parked at the front of the premises.”

Anyone with information can contact police on 101.

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