Food is stolen from soup kitchen in Cambridgeshire

Food and kitchen equipment worth thousands of pounds have been stolen from a soup kitchen in Cambridgeshire.

Thieves struck at the Peterborough Soup Kitchen, which helps feed 60 people a day, on Tuesday night.

The food, kitchen hobs and several handbags were among the items stolen, police said.

Ian Davies, the chairman of Peterborough Soup Kitchen, described the thefts as "breathtaking" but added "these people will not put us off".

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