£1,000 worth of items stolen in train near Peterborough Station

Sentimental jewellery was among £1,000 worth of items stolen from a bag on a train near Peterborough Station.

Thursday, 22nd November 2018, 9:09 am
Updated Thursday, 22nd November 2018, 10:32 am

The theft took place on a service between Leeds and London. At approximately 3.45pm on Saturday, October 20, a man took a piece of luggage from the racks and went into the toilet.

In the toilet the man then removed a number of items, including sentimental jewellery. The items have a collective value of approximately £1,000.

The man left the bag in the toilet and it was found by another passenger after the train had departed Peterborough.

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