Football club raiders had food fight

Image caption Ipswich Town Football Club’s Portman Road ground was damaged into twice

Thieves who out of cash into a football stadium to grab giant TVs raided fridges plus staged a food fight with iced cheesecakes.

Police mentioned the break-ins at Ipswich City Football Club’s Portman Road floor took place overnight on Saturday and the early hours of Wednesday.

During the first raid, the particular intruders partied on wine plus food, the BBC understands.

A club spokesman stated they have increased the stadium’s safety.

It is understood the particular thieves got into hospitality boxes : one next to chairman Marcus Evan’s personal box – and assisted themselves to “expensive vintage” wines and food.

Then they took the lift down to the particular kitchens beneath the stands to raid the fridges.

Image caption The football club said it has improved its security following the two break-ins

Exactly the same gang of at least four individuals carried out the raids on both events, it is understood.

Suffolk Police said officers had been called to the ground at ’07: 50 BST on Sunday with 06: 00 on Wednesday.

A number of plasma television info screens from public areas round the ground were stolen on the gang’s second visit, the force verified.

Police stated no arrests have been made plus inquiries are ongoing.

An Ipswich Town spokesperson mentioned: “We can confirm there have been two occurrences over the last week of intrusion in the stadium.

“The police are aware and are investigating. We now have increased our security as a issue of course. ”

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