Thief breaks into a pharmacy and carries off the tills as his female accomplice waits outside with the car – parked right underneath a CCTV camera
- Historic pharmacy in Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, broken into yesterday
- Thieves made off with two tills and an iPad in raid that took just over two minutes
- Owner Ronak Patel and wife Jaanki said pharmacy is vital part of the community
This is the shocking moment a thief broke into a historic pharmacy before carrying off two tills as his accomplice waited for him inside a car parked directly underneath a CCTV camera.
In the clip, filmed inside Kinton Pharmacy in Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire, a car can be seen parking outside the shop before a young man gets out.
He picks up a plant pot from the shop next door and then throws it through the window.
In the clip, filmed inside Kinton Pharmacy in Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire, a man can be seen throwing a plant pot through a window to get inside the store
He then breaks the rest of the smashed glass and runs across the shop floor
After smashing the window he climbs into the shop and runs over to the counter before grabbing two tills.
He drags the tills over to the window as the woman gets out of the car and loads them on to the back seats.
The man runs back inside and grabs a tablet from the till before getting back into the car and driving off.
The whole raid, which took place at 00.50am on August 9, took just over two minutes.
The thief grabs two tills from the counter and drags them over to the smashed door
His female accomplice climbs out of the car and loads the two tills into the back of the vehicle
Ronak Patel, his wife Jaanki Patel, and a third person who wishes to remain anonymous, bought the pharmacy three years ago.
The owner said that this is the first time the pharmacy, which has existed since the mid-1700s and was Roald Dahl’s local chemist, has been broken into.
They added: ‘This is the last thing we needed especially with the recent pharmacy cuts.
‘We are vital part of the community and provide an essential service to all the residents of the village.’
A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said: ‘Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after the Kinton Pharmacy in High Street, Great Missenden, was broken into.
‘At around 12.55am on Thursday morning (9/8), officers were called to reports that a window had been smashed and the pharmacy had been broken into. Two people then left the scene in a dark coloured car in the direction of Amersham.
‘If anybody has any information, or believes they witnessed the incident, please call 101, quoting reference number 43180243597.’
The thief then runs back and grabs an iPad from the counter before making his escape
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