Thieves who stole charity boxes from a shop have been slammed by its owner.
It is the second time in a matter of months Zac Wellings has discovered one of his shops has been targeted by thieves.
The latest theft happened at Plaice 2 Meat, on Whitegate Drive, Blackpool.
It is thought two thieves took the charity tins, which were raising funds for the North West Air Ambulance, Cancer Research and a Leukaemia charity.
The two offenders are believed to have attempted to use a crowbar to open the shop door before kicking in a glass panel and crawling through to grab the tins.
The latest break-in happened at around 3.35am on Sunday.
The tins are estimated to have had around £10 inside.
It is the second time Dr Wellings has been targeted in this way, after a similar incident happened at his other shop, the Lobster Pot, also on Whitegate Drive, in March.
He said: “I just hope that when they need the air ambulance it will be them who suffer, but sadly it doesn’t work that way.”
Dr Wellings added: “I panicked that they’d got into the back where my computer is.
“If they’d have got in the freezer they’d have got a fortune because I’ve got expensive meats in there.”
Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
A police spokesman said: “We will be looking at local CCTV cameras as part of our inquiries.
“We would appeal for anyone who has any information about this offence to contact us on 101.”