When a pub was burgled and a cigarette machine smashed-up in Cheshire in 1992, you might not expect it to be making headlines 22 years later.
But now the owners of the Swettenham Arms near Congleton have just received a letter and a cheque by way of an apology.
Here's Tim Scott's report:
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