Break-in at East Midlands Aeropark Museum

Officers are appealing for help to find those responsible for a break-in at the East Midlands Airport Aeropark Museum last week.

Between 8pm and 9pm on Sunday 25 June, two people, believed to be men, broke into the building wearing masks and hoods, and took a safe containing a large amount of cash.

It is believed they gained entry to the building by cutting through an exterior fence and forcing open a door to the museum aircraft hangar.

PC James Broomfield, investigating the incident, said: “We are keen to trace the men we believe are responsible for this crime.

“The burglary has caused a great deal of distress to the museum’s volunteers who dedicate their time and effort to keeping it open for members of the public to visit.

“Do you know who is responsible for this break in? Has someone you know suddenly come into a large amount of money?

“We would like to hear from you if you have any information about who is responsible.”

Call 101, asking to speak to PC James Broomfield, quoting incident number 17*268666.

Source:: Leicestershire Police News

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