These are the nine Leeds businesses that have been ram raided in the past two years

A Leeds tech firm has become the latest business in Leeds to be targeted by ram raiders in the past two years.

Tuesday, 21st May 2019, 18:32 pm
These are the 10 Leeds businesses that have been ram raided in the past two years.

Other stores and businesses targeted include high-end stores Flannels and Louis Vuitton. Here are the nine shocking ram raid incidents.

The Wellington Street tech firm was targeted at 10.06pm on Monday, May 20 of this year. Two cars reversed into the grass-fronted offices and computer equipment was stolen.
Flannels on Vicar Lane has been ram raided three times. The first happened in 2017 and it was targeted again in June 2018 and August 2018.

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Six balaclava-clad men tried to pull the cash machine out of the post office after they had smashed the shop windows with a stolen car. It happened at 1.30am on Tuesday, September 4 2018.
Police were called to the Rolex at Prestons store on Commercial Street at about 12pm on Sunday, February 2018. No-one was injured.
Louis Vuitton on Briggate has been targeted by ram raiders twice in April 2018. The first attack was on April 10 and the second just 17 days later on Thursday, April 27.
The Helen Sykes store in Armley was ram raided at 8.30pm on Wednesday, March 6 2019.
Hyman's Jewellers on Call Lane was ram raided by a truck on October 25 2017. Two men were found guilty of the robbery at Leeds Crown Court in February 2019.
The Town Street jewellers was targeted by ram raiders at 4pm on Tuesday, November 27 2018.
Smyths Toy Shop was ram raided on Sunday, November 19 2018 at 7.22pm. Four masked men reversed a car through the glass front doors and then threatened the staff with a hammer before stealing game consoles.