Rare trading cards stolen from Adelaide gaming store in alleged break-in

Five people have been arrested after rare trading cards were allegedly stolen during a break-in at a gaming store in Adelaide.
The alleged break-in took place at about 9.30am yesterday, with a large number of rare Digimon trading cards and board games stolen from the King William Street business.
At about 1.15pm, a man allegedly came back to the store with some of the cards, asking if he could sell them to the store.
Rare trading cards were stolen from a gaming store in Adelaide during an alleged break-in. (South Australia Police)
Staff members called police, who went with the man to a house nearby where most of the stolen cards and games were allegedly found.
Two others at the house were arrested.
At 3pm, a fourth person went to the store with more of the stolen cards to ask for a valuation.
He too was arrested.
A 41-year-old Belair man, a 30-year-old Adelaide woman, a 28-year-old Adelaide man, a 28-year-old Seaton man and a 41-year-old man of no fixed address were all charged.
Police said they were tracking a fifth suspect as well.
Anybody with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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Source: 9NEWS

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