The owners of Rebecca's Jewellers in Southport have thanked local people for all the kind messages they have received after their shop was targeted by a motorbike gang

The owners of Rebecca’s Jewellers in Southport have thanked local people for all the kind messages they have received after their shop was targeted by a motorbike gang last night. 

One man was arrested by police thanks to the support of a member of the public. 

The raid led to a section of Lord Street being closed last night and into this morning. 

Due to the incident on Lord Street, Southport Town Hall and The Atkinson have both been closed today.

The Covid test centre and Registrar Services remain open, with people asked to use the Corporation Street entrance. 

Local residents and businesses are being asked to help police with any information that can help them to catch the others involved in the raid. 

A Rebecca’s Jewellers spokesperson said: “We are saddened to share that yesterday evening we were targeted by thieves. As of yet we do not know the full extent of the damage they have caused, the police are currently carrying out their investigations.

“During this time there will be a disturbance to our usual opening hours, however we are still contactable for anything urgent.

“Thank you for all of the kind messages of support. They are very much appreciated.” 

Local people showed their support to Rebecca’s Jewellers on Facebook. 

Linda Dawson said: “Oh no , I hope you are all safe and open fully soon.”

Karen Beebee said: “so sorry to read this. hope everyone is ok.”

Christine Farrington said: “I was coming to see you very soon, I’m so sorry to hear that you have been broken into hope you are all okay, I hope to see you very soon.” 

A man was arrested following the burglary in Southport last night.  

At around 9pm officers were called to a report of a burglary at a jewellers on Lord Street.

A group of males on motorbikes forced entry into the premises and stole a large quantity of jewellery from the building.

A 43-year-old man from Liverpool was arrested on suspicion of burglary after officers stopped one of the offenders who fled the scene towards London Street.

The man remains in custody as enquiries continue.

A large police scene was put in place on Lord Street whilst officers conducted forensic examinations and reviewed CCTV footage.

Detective Chief Inspector Gayle Rooney said: “Thanks to a member of the public who called us as soon as this incident took place our officers were able to make a prompt arrest.  

“The investigation is in its early stages and we will be reviewing all CCTV locally and speaking to business owners and anyone with information. If you were in the area and saw or heard anything, please let us know.

“Whilst we are establishing exactly what was stolen, I would ask if any individuals or businesses have been or are offered jewellery in Merseyside or surrounding areas in the coming days and have any suspicions as to their origin, please get in contact.

“This would be a distressing and inconvenient experience for any business and we will act on all information to find those responsible and bring them to justice.”

Anyone who witnessed the incident or with any information can contact us by DM via our social media desk on Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’ with reference to 22000197543.

You can also contact the independent charity Crime stoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or via their online form at:

Rebecca’s Jewellers is at 319 Lord Street, Southport town centre. For more details please call 01704 538011. 

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