Christmas presents for sick children which were stolen for from Great Ormond Street Hospital have been replaced.
Police say up to 20 presents, which had been bought using the hospital's charity fund, were taken between Friday and Monday.
Lord Sugar along with a number of electrical stores offered to pay for new presents.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe said he found it hard to imagine a worse crime due to the timing and the victims involved.
The stolen presents include portable DVD players, DVDs, Nintendo DS games consoles, games and toys.