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Man wanted by police after Rays of Sunshine charity box raising money for seriously ill children stolen from Domino's Pizza in Sevenoaks

20 June 2014
by Annabel Rusbridge-Thomas

This man is being hunted by police over the theft of a children's charity box in Sevenoaks. 

Two men entered Domino's Pizza, in St John's Hill, to order food.

But as one of the men approached the front of the counter, he stole the collection box that was attached to the wall with a metal chain. 

CCTV of a man wanted over a charity box theft at Domino’s Pizza in Sevenoaks

CCTV of a man wanted over a charity box theft at Domino’s Pizza in Sevenoaks

It is believed another man helped pull it off before fleeing the store with the undisclosed amount of money.

The stolen money was being collected for charity Rays of Sunshine, which helps children who are living with serious illnesses. 

Police today released a CCTV image of a man wanted over the theft, which happened at about 4.25pm on Friday, June 13.

Anyone with information is asked to phone 01322 422 512, quoting YY/11752/14, or Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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