Guernsey Red Cross shop targeted by thieves

The Red Cross charity shop
Image caption Ms Moorshead said the charity was there to help those who needed it so there was no need to steal

More than £200 worth of clothes have been stolen from a Guernsey charity shop.

The thefts from the British Red Cross shop in the Rohais, St Peter Port, took place over the past few weeks.

Jane Moorshead, the charity's co-ordinator for Guernsey, said those in need were given clothes vouchers so there should be no need to steal.

She said: "We are here to help the people of Guernsey and if anybody does need clothes do please come to us."

More on this story

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites