Fresh appeal after Quedgeley family firm ransacked days after death of their mother Claire Price
Police have renewed their appeal to help find thieves who ransacked a Quedgeley family business just days after their mother died.
Just days after losing her mum to a brain tumour, Kim Fordwoh discovered burglars had helped themselves to £7,000 of uninsured stock from her Green Light Horticulture company in Quedgeley.
The attack on the business happened sometime between 1pm on Saturday, March 2 and 7.30am on Monday, March 4.
Kim said: "We can't believe they have done this. It's so heartless because we even had a notice on the door to say mum had died."
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The family flew out to France last week for Claire's funeral which was held on Thrusday.
Claire, 70, had retired on the continent after a career spanning more than 30 years as an English teacher at Tewkesbury Comprehensive School.
On Monday morning, police had not yet made any arrests.
A police spokeswoman said that their enquiries were still continuing.
Anyone with information should call police on 101 with incident number 40 of March 4.