Thieves broke into the Marmalade and Tea café on Derby Road, Borrowash, and stole a charity box. The break in occurred between 4.30pm on Wednesday February 8th and Thursday morning. Money was being raised for disabled nine-year-old Kareena Hayes who lives in Long Eaton and attends Longmoor Primary School. Kareena, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when she was a one-year-old and needs to raise £10,000 for private treatment at the Queen's Medical Centre. The family say if they cannot raise the money it is likely Kareena, will never walk unaided again. A police spokesman said they were linking the break in to another on Derby Road the same night were a charity box was also targeted. Anybody who has information for any of the incidents should call police on 101. Nobody has been arrested for either offence. If you want to raise money for Kareena please visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/kareena.