Post Office Robbery Update

Post Office Robbery Update

Post Office Robbery Update

Following from the article about the robbery of East Bridgford Post Office on Thursday 28th February, the police now want to speak to anyone who has been offered a large amount of stamps.

Two teenagers, one black and one white, robbed the Post Office, on Main Street, demanding money and threatening staff with small knives  at around 5.00pm that day.

A large quantity of stamps were among the items stolen: books of 100, 12 and 6 first and second class stamps, books of 50 large letter stamps, Post Office phone cards and a large amount of foreign currency, mostly Euros and Dollars.

Detective Sergeant Jane Bestwick, part of the West Bridgford CID said: ” If anyone has offered to sell you stamps, please get in touch with us, especially if they are in unusually large books.

“We are looking to trace these offenders, who were wearing masks and dark clothing. If you saw anything, or any suspicious cars in the area at the time, which may be linked to the incident, please call us.”

If you have any information contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident 569 of 28 February 2013, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

For the main story of the incident click here

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