Police appeal after burglary at pub in the Dearne Valley

By Chloe West | 09/12/2019

Police appeal after burglary at pub in the Dearne Valley
Do you recognise these men?

POLICE officers are appealing for information after a reported burglary at a pub in Adwick upon Dearne last week.  

It is believed two unknown offenders - who were captured on CCTV - broke in to The Manvers Arms pub on Harlington Road at around 3am last Thursday (December 5). 

A spokeswoman for South Yorkshire Police said the break-in had happened at about 3am after the thieves removed a glass pane and frame from a side window,

"The offenders are said to have taken £200 cash from the till, plus further money from tip jars," added the spokeswoman. "Two charity boxes are also alleged to have been stolen."

If you can help us with our investigation, call 101 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

You can also email information through to enquiries@southyorks.pnn.police.uk. The incident number is 154 of December 5.

 

 


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