Gallery: Police hunt raiders who stole silverware from Bassingbourn church

09:02 08 July 2014

Silverware stolen from St Peter and St Paul church in North End, Bassingbourn

Silverware stolen from St Peter and St Paul church in North End, Bassingbourn

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A haul of silverware has been stolen from a church.

Items including a silver goblet, dish, wafer box, challis, two descanters and a dark wood communal set box were stolen from St Peter and St Paul Church, in North End, Bassingbourn.

They were taken at some time between mid-day on June 15 and 10am on June 22.

PC Andy Moss, from Cambridgeshire Police, said: “There is no estimated value for the items but the church is keen to get them back. I would urge anyone who thinks they know where these items are now to contact police.”

Anyone with information should contact PC Andy Moss on 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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