Burglars snatch �2,000 worth of alcohol and home produce during break-in at farm.
CIDER has been stolen during a burglary at a farm, police have revealed.
Anybody offered cheap cider is urged to call police immediately.
Around �2,000 worth of cider, chutneys, honey and marmalade were stolen during the break-in at Dunford, Devon.
The burglary occurred between 6pm and 8pm on Monday, July 18.
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Officers investigating the break-in are appealing for anyone who noticed anything suspicious to contact them.
They are also asking anyone who is offered the cider for sale to speak to them on 08452 777444.
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