Five men still on the run after robbing Seven Kings jewellery shop left owner ‘traumatised’
The son of a woman whose jewellery shop was robbed earlier this month has said she has been traumatised by the incident.
The five men who were responsible for the armed robbery on the Asha jewellery shop in High Road, Seven Kings have not been caught.
Raj Sadheura said: “We were robbed a few years ago and this latest robbery has brought up lots of old feelings for my parents. It was a very bad time for us.”
Mr Sadheura said he is angry that the robbery happened as the family has invested a lot of time into the business.
“We are working hard and trying to do the best for our family and someone takes it from you,” he added, “My mum’s worked hard all her life and wants to do everything for her family.”
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The robbery took place on April 5 when the men smashed through the glass security door into the jewellery shop.
Five cabinets were smashed with all of their contents stolen which were worth thousands of pounds.
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Despite being traumatised by the event shop owner Asha Sadheura is trying to reconstruct her shop and plans to open as soon as possible.
Mr Sadheura said: “She’s getting on with it.”