Thieves who broke proper right into a football stadium and stole massive TVs raided fridges to stage a food fight with frozen cheesecakes.
Police discussed the break-ins at Ipswich Town Football Club’s Portman Road ground came about in one day on Saturday and throughout the early hours of Wednesday.
During the principle raid, the intruders partied on wine and food, the BBC understands.
A club spokesman discussed they’ve upper the stadium’s protection.
It is understood the thieves got into hospitality bins – one next to chairman Marcus Evans’ personal box – and helped themselves to “expensive vintage” wine and food.
They then took the lift the entire method right down to the kitchens beneath the stands to raid the fridges.
The identical gang of at least four other people carried out the raids on each and every occasions, it’s understood.
Suffolk Police discussed officers were referred to as to the ground at 07:50 BST on Sunday and at 06:00 on Wednesday.
Numerous plasma television wisdom displays from public areas around the ground were stolen on the gang’s second discuss with, the power confirmed.
Police discussed no arrests had been made and inquiries are ongoing.
An Ipswich Town spokesperson discussed: “We can test there have been two incidents right through the remaining week of intrusion at the stadium.
“The police are conscious and are investigating. We have higher our safety as an issue in fact.”