The Cambridge United Youth Team minibus was broken into during Tuesday's Papa John's Trophy match at Stevenage...
The minibus was parked in the car park at Fairlands Valley, opposite the football ground in Six Hills Way, at around 6.30pm on Tuesday 9 November. During the match the minibus was broken into and numerous personal items, including phones and iPads were stolen out of bags left on the bus.
Detective Sergeant Ben Dixon said: “The minibus was parked up in the car park between 6.30pm and 9pm. During that time numerous items have been removed, so it is likely that the offenders were in the bus for a while going through coats and bags.
“We are also appealing for anyone who has been offered a phone or laptop for sale since Tuesday evening to get in touch, or if you have any other information which may be relevant.”
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