Police are appealing for information after a Bitterne wine store was attacked by thieves.
£2,300 worth of cigarettes an 13 bottles of brandy, valued at £250, were stolen from the store.
The break-in happened in the area of Manor Road North on Sunday 8th September at around 4.50am.
It is believed they fled in a dark-coloured car, possibly a black Volvo or BMW estate.
All the suspects had covered faces and wore hooded tops, with the hoods up.
PC Sarah Brazier is appealing for information. “I need to hear from anyone who saw or heard suspicious activity in the area of Manor Road North between 4.45 and 5.10am Sunday."
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