For the second time in as many months, the Little Lambs Soft Play Centre has been broken into.

In March, the Coulsdon play centre was broken into and money earmarked for a sick child with cancer was stolen.

At the time, the mother of the boy, who wished to remain anonymous said: "My 10-year-old boy was diagnosed with Adrenocortical Carcinoma in October last year. A routine scan found an abnormal growth on his lung.

"Following surgery to remove it and an intensive chemotherapy treatment programme, we have seen a boy with bags of energy and life suffering physically and emotionally.

"But give that boy a scooter, and his old self returns.

"We are saving up for a scooter of his own so that he can go out with his friends and play as he did before he was diagnosed."

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The two suspects in that case were both described as white men wearing light-hooded tops. There have still been no arrests.

Since then, the play centre installed CCTV cameras.

This is something that has already paid off as the two suspects in the most recent burglary were captured on camera inside the centre.

A police spokeswoman said: "We were called at around 9am on Friday, May 11 to a report of burglary at a business premises on Chipstead Valley Road, Coulsdon.

"Officers attended the location and obtained CCTV footage

"The suspects had forced entry into the premises and stole a quantity of cash from the till.

"No arrests have been made."

People on Facebook were quick to sympathise with Little Lambs.

"Can't believe I am seeing this it's sickening," one person wrote.

"I feel so bad for you and your team.

"Started up a fantastic successful business and some low life's just come and help themselves."

"My heart goes out to you," another wrote.

"I just don’t understand how and why people can do things like this.

"Sending lots of love. Hope someone knows who they are."

If you can assist police with their enquiries, call Croydon CID on 020 3276 2228 or 101, or tweet @Metcc. To call anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.