Thieves strike twice at floods refuge community centre

Thieves strike twice at floods refuge community centre
 

A community centre that was a refuge for flood victims has been targeted by thieves twice in two days.
For the first time in its 25 year history, Greystone Community Centre on Close Street, off Botchergate in Carlisle, was targeted - with crooks taking property including cash.
Police do not yet know whether the two raids are linked - but investigations are underway.
In the first incident on Tuesday at about 6pm, two men entered the centre through the front door while a youth club was going on.
Undetected, they smashed the office window - but it is unclear whether they stole anything.
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10 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 31
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