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Police are appealing for witnesses to two robberies in consecutive days at Curry’s stores in West Sussex where around £16,000 worth of items were taken.
The first took place at the store in Portfield Road, Chichester, just after 7.25pm on Wednesday (16 February)
Three men dressed all in black entered the store and headed straight to the electrical section where they stole a number of items and left within two minutes.
The second robbery happened at 7.35pm a day later in Lyons Farm, Worthing, but this time with four people dressed in all black and wearing facemasks.
They also then stole electrical items including iPads, tablets and laptops.
When the suspects entered both stores they shouted at staff and customers to not come anywhere near them.
Anyone with information on either incident is asked to report online or call 101 quoting serial number 1063 of 16/02.
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