Rare model trains stolen from Railworld

Twenty-nine model trains have been stolen from a Cambridgeshire tourist attraction.

Thieves broke into Railworld in Peterborough and took the valuable trains from a display case last week.

Police said some of the model trains, taken from the unit on Oundle Road, were very rare and of great historical importance to Railworld.

Anyone offered these models for sale or who has information is asked to contact Cambridgeshire police.

John Turner, from Railworld, said: "It has been very upsetting for our volunteers who spend their time and effort working to improve exhibits for the visitor's enjoyment."

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