Hundreds of pounds worth of donations intended for people in need this Christmas has been stolen from a butchers shop in Rochdale.
The shop had raised around £300 in donations from customers, which they give out to struggling families and homeless people every year:
Every Christmas we put out a post to people in Rochdale and decide who needs it the most. We also do a lot for homeless people.
Stephen Bamford, who is the owner of Cryers Butchers, said he found the back door wide open on Monday morning.
Around £200 worth of meat was also taken, as well as an iPad and a laptop.
A newsagent next door had also been broken into overnight between the 1st and 2nd of December.