Cornwall news 'Vile' thieves caught on CCTV breaking into children's nursery UK news
MetiNews.Com - Daisy Fays Nursery has shared CCTV footage in the hope of catching those responsible
Breaking News ! Nursery staff have branded thieves who broke in for a fourth time as ‘vile’ and ‘without morals’. Daisy Fays Nursery at Chiverton Cross was targeted again at around 9pm on Sunday evening. Gas bottles were stolen and the three young men were caught on camera leaving behind a trail of destruction. However, as their faces and the car registration are not identifiable in the CCTV footage, police say their powers are limited so Daisy Fays is hoping sharing the footage will bring about vital clues. Megal Popperwell, Daisy Fays area manager said: “The three young men took it upon themselves to vandalise and break through the security that had been put in place since the last time the bottles were taken. Stay in the know Sign up for our online paper round Get the latest coronavirus updates Truro news straight in your inbox Cornwall's exclusive Weekend Report “These people are vile and do not have any morals to steal from a children’s nursery and we have far better things to be doing with our time than this. “The manager came in on Monday and saw the gate open. It’s usually closed and padlocked.
. This was the fourth time I think.
“The chains had been cut but police say there isn’t much they can do because you can’t make out their faces or the vehicle registration on CCTV. It’s a bit frustrating but we’re hoping someone recognises their build or clothes. “It’s annoying and pretty low. They clearly don’t think about the repercussions. Luckily it’s not winter so we don’t need the heating on but it’s the hassle of sorting it out and the cost of replacing the bottle.”
Megan added that the theft was clearly pre-planned because the culprits came disguised and took steps to avoid detection. The criminals are thought to have come from the direction of nearby Blackwater and anybody with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting crime reference CR/77149/20
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