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The raiders smashed their way into the British Red Cross charity shop in Limes Walk, the ExtraCare charity shop in Market Street and the nearby Community Helpp charity shop, all in Oakengates, sometime overnight on Thursday.
Thieves smashed their way into a charity shop and stole a fundraising box from inside.
This is a fair amount of money for a charity shop, the dress is gorgeous and bought new would probably cost somewhere between [pounds sterling]150 and [pounds sterling]180 according to current prices.
Staff at John Lewis in aberdeen will swap one of the city's biggest stores for one of its smallest when it takes over the Shelter Scotland charity shop on George Street.
FOOTBALLERS and their WAGS have turned a Scots charity shop into a gold mine.
Marc Farrow, aged 52, was interviewed for a job volunteering in a charity shop run by homelessness charity Emmaus just before being released from Parc Prison where he served a two-year sentence for drug offences.
CHARITY shop workers were shocked to find TEN KNIVES wrapped in items of donated clothing.
A Charity Retail Association spokesperson said: "The success in raising charity shop numbers is down to many factors.
CALLOUS thieves have stolen donations left outside a charity shop in Calderdale.
STAFF at the Claire House Children's Hospice charity shop in Mold are making a desperate plea for all literature lovers to donate their unwanted books.
The 23-year-old fashion graduate has created eight looks using items she found in a Wales Air Ambulance charity shop.