Thieves break into organic goods store in Naninne

Monday, 22 April 2019 13:34
An organic goods store in Naninne was burgled over the weekend, the office of the public prosecutor of Namur reported on Sunday.
The individual or individuals forced their way in through the roof at about 2:00 AM on Sunday and broke into the store’s safe. The exact amount of money they stole is not yet known, but it reportedly runs into many thousands of euros.

The justice authorities have few details at the moment.

The forensic department went to the scene and an investigation is being conducted, the office of the public prosecutor stated.

Oscar Schneider
The Brussels Times

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