Ipswich/A14: Designer shoes worth more than £20,000 stolen from parked lorry at Wherstead Interchange layby

Shoes worth more than £20,000 were stolen from a parked lorry on the A14 in an overnight raid.

Shoes worth more than £20,000 were stolen from a parked lorry on the A14 in an overnight raid. - Credit: Andrew Partridge

Designer shoes worth more than £20,000 were stolen from a parked lorry on the A14 in an overnight raid.

The theft took place in a layby near the A14 Wherstead Interchange westbound between 11pm on Monday and 7am on Tuesday, police said.

A spokesman for the force said: “An offender has broken in to a lorry containing an amount of boxed female shoes and boots.”

The force is appealing for witnesses.

Call police on 101.


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