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Police appeal after Truro nursery burgled

Police appeal after Truro nursery burgled

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 3:42pm 24th March 2020.

A children’s nursery near Truro has been forced to close for “key workers” after burglars caused extensive damage.

Police say Daisy Fays Nursery on Carnon Crescent was broken in to between 8pm on Saturday 21 March and 7am on Sunday 22 March. 

Two gas canisters were stolen and significant damage caused to the front entrance.

The nursery had been due to open this week for those children with parents identified as “key workers” by the government as part of the Covid-19 response strategy, but was unable to due to the damage caused, meaning parents who are hospital staff were denied childcare. 

Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting, CR/024659/20.

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