Police appeal for laptop stolen in St Pancras
A Pakistani businessman has put up a �100 reward for anyone who can return the computer
Police officers are appealing for witnesses after a Pakistani businessman had his laptop stolen at St Pancras station.
The 28-year-old has put up a �100 reward for anyone who can return the computer and personal documents which were also inside the laptop bag.
The man was at the Currency Exchange shop in St Pancras station when the theft occurred at around 8.25pm on Friday July 29.
He had placed his laptop bag on the counter and when he went to collect his belongings he realised the bag, containing his Escan computer, passport, camera and documents, was gone.
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PC Dishman added: “The victim is due to leave the UK soon and is very keen to have his laptop bag returned to him.
“Mr Goheer has said that he will pay the full reward if someone returns the bag with everything in it and will still pay the reward if someone returns the bag with the additional items but without the laptop.”
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Anyone with information can call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference B8/LNA of 04/08/2011. Or call Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.