Leicestershire Police investigate theft of computers from Loughborough University
Police are investigating the theft of computers worth thousands of pounds from Loughborough University.
A group of men in balaclavas broke into a building on the campus at 10pm on Wednesday, October 17.
Police said the three men pulled into a car park next to the building in a dark vehicle. The car was fitted with number plates which had earlier been taken from a vehicle in Oxford Street, Shepshed.
The men drove away along Ashby Road toward the M1.
Detective Constable Steve Winterton said: "The items taken are worth of thousands of pounds and this burglary has obviously had a significant affect on the university."
Contact Leicestershire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111.