The ArgusTransport police appeal over stolen £10,000 suitcase (From The Argus)

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Transport police appeal over stolen £10,000 suitcase

The Argus: Transport police appeal over stolen £10,000 suitcase Transport police appeal over stolen £10,000 suitcase

Officers want to speak to these two men after the theft of a suitcase containing more than £10,000 worth of computer equipment.

British Transport Police officers have this week released CCTV images of these two men they want to speak as they investigate the theft of the suitcase.

The suitcase was taken shortly after 9pm on Wednesday April 9, as the suitcase’s 29-year-old male owner travelled between Gatwick and Horsham stations.

The victim in the luggage rack behind his seat but when the train arrived at Horsham and he got up to leave the train, he discovered his case had been taken Detective Constable Nigel Craig added: “I am certain the men pictured will be able to assist the investigation and am calling on anyone who recognises them, or who has information about the incident, to come forward.”

Any with information is asked to call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 quoting log SSUB/B10 of 28/5/14.

 

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2:00pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Metro Reader says...

"The victim in the luggage rack behind his seat but when the train arrived at Horsham and he got up to leave the train, he discovered his case had been taken" come on Argus your not making any sense here!

However, who would put anything in the luggage rack worth £10k and not either chain it to the rack or keep a very close eye on it? Oh this person!!
"The victim in the luggage rack behind his seat but when the train arrived at Horsham and he got up to leave the train, he discovered his case had been taken" come on Argus your not making any sense here! However, who would put anything in the luggage rack worth £10k and not either chain it to the rack or keep a very close eye on it? Oh this person!! Metro Reader
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7:16pm Fri 6 Jun 14

The Gnome says...

People are falling into the trap of blaming the victim. Being naive is not a crime. Stealing another person's bag is and I don't suppose the thieves knew what was in it before they stole it.
People are falling into the trap of blaming the victim. Being naive is not a crime. Stealing another person's bag is and I don't suppose the thieves knew what was in it before they stole it. The Gnome
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