A mobility shop in Deal, Kent, has been broken into and had two tills stolen by thieves.
Police were called to Deal Mobilitybefore 9am on Friday when staff turned up to work to discover the store’s window had been smashed.
It is thought that the burglary took place between 3.30am and 8am. It is not thought that thieves took mobility equipment from the store.
A spokesman for the police told Kent Online: “Officers attended the scene where the front window had been smashed.
“Anyone who witnessed the burglary or who has information or CCTV footage is urged to contact the Kent Police appeal line on 01843 222289 quoting reference 46/1064/18.”
Deal Mobility is a family-run business that specialises in a wide range of mobility products, including mobility scooters, stairlifts, rise and recline chairs, profiling beds, wheelchairs, daily living aids and more.
Its team has over 20 years of experience and is led by Terry Cook, who founded the business in 2008.
He runs the business alongside wife, Elissa Cook, Steve Jackson and Laura Claringbould.
Image credit: Deal Mobility