Stolen from Gt Ormond St Hospital


Police in Camden continue to appeal for information and witnesses after Christmas presents destined for sick children were stolen from Great Ormond Street Hospital.

A reward, of up to £2000, is now being offered by the charity Crimestoppers to anyone who provides information, which leads to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons responsible for the theft. This reward will remain in place until 19th March 2013.
Enquiries are still ongoing and police are viewing CCTV from the hospital.  It has been established that the presents were not actually wrapped, but may have been taken from the hospital in Christmas Sacks.

Members of the public can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or by using the secure online form which can be found on the Crimestoppers website
Only information that has been given to Crimestoppers on the 0800 555 111 number will be eligible for the reward.
Police would urge anyone with information about the individual, or persons responsible, to contact officers on our 101 number or Crimestoppers so that we can try and get these items returned before Christmas day.

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