Gang make off with over £7,000 worth of gadgets in Bromley Carphone Warehouse robbery

PUBLISHED: 16:19 26 November 2013 | UPDATED: 16:19 26 November 2013

Robbers made off with more than £7,000 worth of mobile phones and tablets from the Carphone Warehouse, in Bromley, earlier this month.

Police were called at around 11.30am to reports of a robbery at the store, in Market Square, on November 9.

It is thought 10 suspects entered the stored and ripped 18 mobile phones and four tablets from the displays, before running off in a number of directions.

A pair of tablets were recovered a short time later in Church House Gardens, in Bromley.

The suspects are described as being a group of black and white males, aged between 16 and 20. They were all wearing dark blue or black clothing.

The most distinctly dressed suspect was wearing a black puffa jacket, with Superdry written in orange on the back right shoulder.

He had a black scarf over his face and another in his back pocket.

There have been no arrests.

Anyone with information should contact Det Con Dean Roberts, at Bromley CID, on 020 8284 9969, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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