One million pounds worth of sex toys stolen from lorry in lay-by near Kettering

Tim Baker
A section of the road has been closed while police investigate: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

One millions pounds worth of adult toys have been stolen from a lorry in a lay-by.

The products from Rocks Off Ltd were taken overnight on the A43 near KetteringNorthamptonshire.

It is thought that the haul could contain tens of thousands of items from the nearby business.

Rocks-Off's website describes itself as "the UK's leading sex toy manufacturer and designer" and offers "100 per cent discreet delivery".

Items range from £2.99 charging cables to £99.99 luxury products.

A spokesman from Northamptonshire Police said: "​Police officers are appealing for information after £1million worth of adult toys were stolen from an A43 layby.

"The incident happened on Wednesday, September 18, between 1am and 6.30am, in the layby between the A14 and Broughton village, and involved a lorry travelling from Felixstowe to Kettering in order to deliver its load to Rocks Off Ltd, a business based in Cunliffe Drive.

"At some point between 1am and 6.30am, the trailer was broken into and £1million worth of goods were stolen."

Information can be reported to Northamptonshire Police by calling 101 and using incident number 19000497826, or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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