Police launch CCTV appeal after computer stolen from Leeds shop which donates to schools

Police have launched a CCTV appeal after a laptop was stolen from a computer shop transforming devices for disadvantaged children.

Wednesday, 17th February 2021, 5:16 pm

West Yorkshire Police received a report of a theft of a laptop from Pudsey Computers on Bradford Road in Pudsey shortly before 2pm on Tuesday (February 16).

CCTV pictures show a suspect entering the store before allegedly taking the laptop and leaving.

Initial enquires are underway, police said.

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Police have launched a CCTV appeal after a laptop was stolen from a computer shop transforming devices for disadvantaged children.

The laptop stolen was a brand new HP Chromebook in blue, with a 14 inch screen.

Staff at the shop described the suspect as wearing a Leeds united mask with grey tracksuit, white trainers and balding hair.

Pudsey Computers recently launched an initiative to help refurbish old devices to be used for children to work from home, who would otherwise not have been able to do so.

Hundreds of devices have been sent out to schools in West Leeds.

Police have launched a CCTV appeal after a laptop was stolen from a computer shop transforming devices for disadvantaged children.

Staff have offered a cash record for any information leading to an arrest.

Anyone with information should contact West Yorkshire Police quoting crime reference number 13210080716.

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