The Electronic Cigarette Company (TECC) to Offer £10k Reward After Break-in

Apr 17, 2014, 08:12 ET from The Electronic Cigarette Company (TECC)

BLACKBURN, England, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

On March 23rd, a total of 3,390 TECC and Joyetech branded electronic cigarettes and accessories were stolen, valued at £100,000.

The Electronic Cigarette Company is now offering £10,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the thieves.

The theft was recorded on CCTV on Sunday the 23rd of March.  The robbery was discovered on the morning of the 24th March. The CCTV camera footage shows two men with a white van.

An assortment of e cigarette kits were taken, packaged in either the distinctive green TECC boxes with The Electronic Cigarette Company written within a grey square, or in Joyetech boxes, that have a distinct livery of grey and black. 'eGo-T' kits, 'eGo- C' kits, 'eGo-CC clearomizer' kits were amongst those taken, as were a number of accessories, mainly: 'V3 Clearomizers', 'Dual Coil Tanks' and 'Mega' chargers.

Neil Pritchard, General Manager, said, "We are offering a £10,000 reward leading to the arrest and conviction of the people involved. If you have been offered any of our distinctive TECC or Joyetech kits please come forward."

The Police are asking for any information that might lead to an arrest, and if any members of the public are offered these goods in suspicious circumstances, they are asked to come forward.

The public with information can contact the Police regarding this crime using the following: call 101 quoting log reference LC-20140324-0211, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

Contact Details

Neil Pritchard

SOURCE The Electronic Cigarette Company (TECC)