HIFI Burglary

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi and General Audio' started by SCIDB, Jul 24, 2003.

  1. SCIDB

    SCIDB Moderator

    Jun 19, 2003
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    I saw this on the HFC site.



    Please keep your eye and ears peeled in the UK on behalf of Audio File as they have suffered a substantial burglary. It's a shame because they're a good, hard working bunch of people there - but that doesn't bother your average cirminal.

    If there are other revelant boards you think this message could be posted on, PM me and I will see what I can do.

    Many Thanks

    Neil Sansom (fellow dealer)

    £70,000 burglary at hi-fi shop

    Police are seeking information about a burglary at Audio File, the
    Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, hi-fi retailer. Around 02.00hrs on
    Monday the 21st of July 2003 a burglary was committed at the shop in
    Hockerill Street, Bishops Stortford, in which equipment worth around
    £70,000 was taken.

    The missing items include:

    A Linn CD12 CD player, serial number 000644, value £12000.

    A Linn Kisto processor, serial number 854082, value £8500.

    A Linn Unidisk DVD/CD/SACD player, serial number 853936, value £6500.

    A TAG MCLAREN AV192 processor, serial number 90021213, value £8995.

    The rest of the items taken were mainly LINN and NAIM cd players and,
    and two Sharp LCD screens and a Loewe LCD screen were also taken

    If you know anything about the burglary, or are offered any of these
    items, please contact PC Kevin Gibbs at Bishops Stortford police
    station, on (01992) 533129, or email [email protected]


    SCIDB, Jul 24, 2003
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