Police Hunt Bicester Robbers

Police Hunt Bicester Robbers

12:05pm 22nd July 2011

There's been a robbery at an industrial unit in Bicester.

It happened last night at the Christian Dior retail unit on the McKay Trading Estate in Station Approach.

A staff member was tied up while offenders made off with around 200 pairs of shoes, clothing and 200 cases of champagne.

Its not known exactly how many people were involved but police say the robbery was well-planned and professional.

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