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Bedfordshire Police have launched an investigation into the theft of more than 300 PC monitors.

The kit disappeared at 4am on Thursday June 8 near the UK premises of Taiwan-based monitor manufacturer Axion Technology.

The items were in a lorry belonging to haulage firm News Transport in Flitwick, Bedfordshire, and were waiting in the depot for shipment. There were no witnesses to the theft.

The stolen monitor stash includes around 200 17 inch Axion CRT screens (CL-1770), 120 15 inch CRTs (CA-1570) and 20 LCDs (LA-1560u).

Anyone approached with the monitors, or with any relevant information, can contact Axion on 01582 868888 or email Team Register. ®

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