The club will tighten security at the store and appeal for anyone with information on the ram-raid to contact the police...
Coventry City Football Club hope to reopen the CCFC Superstore at the Gallagher Retail Park at 9.30am on Tuesday morning following an incident on Sunday night.
The club is tightening security at the store and is also appealing for anyone with information into the incident which led to home and away kits as well as infant kits being stolen.
A spokesperson for Coventry City Football Club said: “We’d ask anyone with information to get in touch with the police. Also, if anyone is offered a kit to buy, we’d ask them to report that too because there is a chance it will have been obtained through this incident and, therefore, could help with catching the perpetrators.
“In terms of our own operations, we still hope to get the ticketing systems up and running to put Season Tickets and match tickets for the Gillingham game on sale very soon after the Bank Holiday.
“It leaves us very short of stock of home and away kits. We have a limited number of home kits available for sale but nearly all of our away kit stock has been taken.
“We will work with suppliers to get this replaced as soon as possible but it could be November before we are able to re-stock with away kits.
“Once again, we will keep supporters fully informed as and when we have new information and again ask people to give the police as much information as they can to help solve this crime.”
Anyone with information should contact Coventry Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.