Appeal for witnesses after cigarettes and alcohol are stolen from Gloucester shop
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Officers are appealing for witnesses to a burglary which took place at a shop in Gloucester on Tuesday evening (31 December).
Police were called to Co-op Food on Longford Lane at 11.55pm following reports of a burglary.
It was reported that a group of men had forced entry to the premises before stealing a quantity of cigarettes and alcohol from inside.
The offenders, who are believed to have left the area in a small car were described as follows:
1) A white man of medium to large build who was wearing a black beanie hat with a symbol on the front, black gloves which had a yellow star logo, a long sleeve black fleece, grey sleeveless puffer jacket, black trousers and black shoes. He had a grey face covering and was carrying a white bag which had blue writing.
2) A white man of medium build who was wearing dark blue trousers, a black coat with the hood up, a black cap, dark socks and black shoes.
3) A white man who was wearing grey jogging bottoms, a black coat, black beanie hat with a bobble and pattern on the top half, a black scarf and sand coloured shoes with an orange symbol on the back. He was also wearing grey gloves.
A fourth man is also believed to have been involved in the burglary but his description is unknown at this time.
If you were in the area at the time, have CCTV/dashcam footage, witnessed suspicious activity or have information that will help please call 101 quoting incident 425 of 31 December.