RAIDERS smashed their way into Costa Coffee on Sunday night leaving a trail of destruction and making off cash.

Police said thieves also raided County Jewellers in Hughenden Yard on Wednesday night making off with some of the stock.

They said: "We are investigating two burglaries at retail premises in Marlborough. The first incident happened overnight between 6pm on 9 and 10 June. 
"The front door to Costa Coffee was forced open and a safe was stolen from a staff office containing a large amount of cash, as well as a laptop.
"Lockers were also rummaged through and the contents of filing cabinets were found strewn across the floor."
Det Con Cerys Powell said: “We believe this incident happened between approximately 1.30am and 2.30am on June 10 and a vehicle was involved, which travelled onto the High Street from the rugby club side of the town.”
The second incident happened in the early hours of June 12.

County Jewellers in Hughenden Yard was broken into and the premises was ransacked. It is believed offenders arrived at the scene in a grey Audi Q5.

A number of items of jewellery were stolen as well as jewellery boxes, and some of these were located discarded in a field in Ogbourne St Andrew.
Det Con Powell added: “We believe both of these incidents required careful planning – we are keeping an open mind but we believe they may be linked.”
“We’d urge anyone with information on either of these incidents to get in touch via 101 and quote crime reference number 54190055475 or 54190056291.”
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.