Scuba equipment stolen in Wallace Avenue robbery

Scuba equipment stolen in Wallace Avenue robbery

 

Scuba equipment was among items stolen from a Wallace Avenue, Worthing  flat on Monday (May 27th) evening.  Police are appealing for witnesses to the burglary which they believe happened shortly before 8.30 pm.

Distinctive items were stolen, including Scuba Diving equipment – a First Stage diving regulator, a Viper air sensor, a Sunto diving watch and a Typhoon diving knife.   Also stolen was a Dell Netbook Inspiration Duo computer, a Hewlett Packard 15″ laptop, a Nokia N95 mobile phone, a Nokia N6303 mobile phone, a black leather Italian case made by ‘The Point’ and a Parker Duo Fold brown marbled effect pen.

Detective Constable Graham Milner said: “The scuba diving equipment has a limited market and I would ask that anyone who has been offered such items for sale gets in touch with us.”

Any witness or anyone with information should call 101 quoting serial 1419 of May 27th. Alternatively, call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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