Police are appealing for information after a large amount of Indian rupees were stolen in a burglary in York.

Between 3.30pm and 10.30pm on Thursday (28 March), a property in Farrar Street, off Hull Road, was broken into, and ₹20,000 (about £200) stolen.

North Yorkshire Police officers have been conducting forensic and house-to-house enquiries in the area.

They are also appealing for staff at currency exchanges and banks to be vigilant, and contact the police if anyone has changed a large amount of rupees into pounds sterling since 28 March.

Anyone with information is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, quoting reference 12190056058.


One comment on “Indian rupees worth £200 stolen in York burglary

  1. The Indian Rupee is a controlled currency – no legit money-changer or bank will exchange back to Sterling.
    There are a few backstreet spivs in Leicester who would oblige no questions asked. Lol

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