Seriously, not again

Stirling Sports has been ram-raided for the fourth time in two years, with the plywood becoming a regular feature.

Stirling Sports on Victoria St was ram-raided again, the fourth time in the past two years.

The latest robbery saw clothes and shoes taken, after a stolen Mazda Demio crashed through the front window just after 1am on Monday last week.

Cambridge police said CCTV showed two offenders entering the premises, before they fled the scene in another vehicle, leaving the stolen Mazda running outside.

Enquiries are ongoing.

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