Euros and dollars were also stolen in burglary

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There was a burglary on Tuesday 11th July around 2pm in the Ancoats, Manchester area where jewellery and foreign currency was stolen.

If you happen to have anyone come into your store with the foreign currency below, please call the police immediately:

Tanzanian shillings (around $50 USD worth if not less)

Kenyan shillings (1000, 500 and 50 shilling notes only - no 100 or 200 shilling notes were stolen)

Mauritian rupees (amount is not exactly known but there was between 100-300 EUROS worth, but could be mistaken). This money was in a small beige/light yellow purse, which was all taken within the purse.

Euros and dollars were also stolen (around 350EUROS and $450 USD exact in 5x$20, 1x$50 and 3x$100, but these are usual currencies exchanged). The above three currencies being exchanged would be very unusual, so please, could you contact me by this email or the numbers below and the police immediately if these currencies are exchanged in your establishment.

Please let me know if you would like the crime reference. If you could also circulate this email with your stores or any other currency exchange establishments, it would be most appreciated

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