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Burglars stole £15,000 worth of electrical goods in a raid.

The thieves forced their way into the Comet store in Burrfields Road, Copnor, and smashed glass cabinets to steal four Apple iPads worth a total of 2,000 and Apple Mac Book Pro computers worth 7,000.

They also loaded 12 Tom Tom satellite navigation systems worth a total of 6,000 into sacks before fleeing at about 4.50am on December 11th.

Detective Constable Lee Parker from Portsmouth CID said: 'It's most likely the thieves stole these goods specifically for Christmas. If you're offered cheap Apple Macs, sat-navs or iPads that are clearly demo models, I'd like to hear from you, because it's possible they've been stolen to order.'

Call Det Con Parker at Fratton station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.