Police are re-appealing for information following the burglary and removal of a safe from The Depot cinema in Lewes.
The building was broken into at some time between 12 midnight and 3.30am on Good Friday, April 19.
Whoever was responsible appears to have spent a significant amount of time inside before leaving the scene with a safe that was later found discarded in Cow Lane, Laughton.
Enquiries are still ongoing, however Police are keen to speak to anyone with information and in particular people who are known to have walked along Pinwell Road, between the cinema and the railway station, while the burglary was in progress and someone who used waste bins in the area at the time.
Please report online or call 101 quoting serial 192 of 19/04.
Lewes volunteers group receives Police funds
PCSO Collins proudly presented Lewes Open Door volunteers a cheque for £500 yesterday (Thursday 16th) from the Police Property Act Fund to help the group towards funding new registrations and checks of their volunteers.
Lewes Open Door volunteers support the local street community, and people experiencing difficulties in accessing daily essentials; for more on their work within your local community visit their Facebook page.
The Police Property Act Fund is made up of monies received by the police from the sale of found property and from property confiscated by order of court and then sold.