Sainsbury’s Warren Heath petrol station in Ipswich closed after break-in

Sainsbury's Warren Heath petrol station has been broken into. Picture: ARCHANT

Sainsbury's Warren Heath petrol station has been broken into. Picture: ARCHANT

An Ipswich supermarket petrol station has reopened following a break-in during the early hours of the morning.

Officers from Suffolk Constabulary were called to the incident at the Warren Heath Sainsbury’s in Felixstowe Road at 12.15am.

A Suffolk police spokesman said the suspects gained access to the station by breaking through a window.

Early reports suggest that alcohol has been taken from the shop.

A Sainsbury’s spokesperson said: “We can confirm there was an incident at our Warren Heath petrol filling station, which has now reopened.

Sainsbury's Warren Heath petrol station has been broken into. Picture: ARCHANT

Sainsbury's Warren Heath petrol station has been broken into. Picture: ARCHANT


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A clear-up operations is underway after Sainsbury's Warren Heath petrol station was broken into. Pic

A clear-up operations is underway after Sainsbury's Warren Heath petrol station was broken into. Picture: ARCHANT

Sainsbury's Warren Heath petrol station is closed following the break-in. Picture: ARCHANT

Sainsbury's Warren Heath petrol station is closed following the break-in. Picture: ARCHANT

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