Appeal for stereo taken from Hitchin residential home
A STEREO which was donated to a residential home has been taken, with an appeal launched to find it.
Residents at Girton Court in Hitchin had the stereo donated to them by Herts Constabulary in 2009, after their original one was stolen.
But the beloved gadget has now gone missing from the home. It is believed this happened on the weekend of August 4 and 5.
Police Community Support Officer Sarah Jeffery said: “It’s such a shame. The residents loved having the stereo to listen to music. It had a five CD changer so they could put their favourites on and leave it playing throughout the day.
“Luckily the system is security marked so it will be traceable. With residents moving in and out of the home, it is possible, however, that someone may have picked it up by accident.”
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If you know where the stereo may be, call the police non-emergency number 101.
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