LONDON (Reuters) - British detectives said on Wednesday they were hunting for thieves who broke into one of their own police stations and stole their uniforms and radios.
The crooks burgled the police station in Uddingston, not far from Glasgow in Scotland, in the early hours of Tuesday morning when the office was shut.
“At no time has the safety of the public or any officer been jeopardized as a result of this break-in,” said a spokeswoman for Strathclyde Police.
She declined to say how the audacious criminals had got into the building but added the radios had been disabled and could no longer be used.
Reporting by Michael Holden; Editing by Steve Addison