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Pro-Ject turntables stolen during transit in the South East

One of the models of turntables that has been stolen.

Henley Audio, the UK and Ireland distributor for Pro-Ject Audio Systems, has reported that nearly 70 of its Pro-Ject turntables were stolen from a shipping trailer on a recent shipment into the UK.

While parked overnight in Aylesford in Kent, a shipping trailer booked by Transbritannia as part of a regular stock shipment to Henley Audio was broken into.

The trailer that was broken into while it was parked up overnight in Kent.

The company said: “Unfortunately we now need to assume that these products will be made available for sale in the UK through an unauthorised source.”

The company has published the serial numbers of the affected products so potential purchasers can be aware of this incident, if they are using a non-authorised Pro-Ject Audio Systems retailer they could well be purchasing stolen goods.

Click here to see the complete list of stolen products/serial numbers below.

All goods in the list above will have no warranty support from Henley Audio or Pro-Ject Audio Systems, and customers who purchase these items are encouraged to report their seller to the necessary authorities. The crime reference number from Kent Police is 240113.

Any questions or concerns in relation to this matter, always reach out to an authorised stockist, listed on www.henleyaudio.co.uk and www.project-audio.com, or contact Henley Audio on 01235 511 166.

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