Appeal after theft of computers and laptops from Eastbourne store
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Police are appealing for witnesses after three men stole laptops, computers and tablets from a Curry’s store in Eastbourne on Thursday (November 25).
The incident happened at around 7.30pm when the men entered the store in Broadwater Way and took the displays from the shop floor in front of staff and customers.
They spent around three minutes in the store before leaving with the items, which are believed to be worth thousands of pounds.
The suspects are described as black men with one said to be tall with a thin build and in his 20s. He was wearing a black Nike tracksuit with a large white mask covering his face.
The second man is said to be slightly shorter with a slim build and was wearing a thigh-length coat with a dark cap under his hood and dark bottoms with white trainers.
The third suspect is described asshorter than the other two and was wearing a black puffa jacket with a black baseball cap with red markings above the peak and had a scarf wrapped around his head. He also had on black tracksuit bottoms and black trainers with a white trim around the base.
Two of the men are believed to have runoff towards Sainsbury’s in Broadwater Way, while another went towards Cross Levels Way, Eastbourne.
Anyone with information is urged to report it online or call 101, quoting serial 1284 of 25/11.