Sainsbury's online ordering service has been taken offline yet again after thieves stole key equipment from the company's web hosting provider, Cable & Wireless.
The online shopping store was out of action for much of yesterday, although no customer deliveries were affected this time round.
"As a result of a technical problem at Cable & Wireless customers were unable to gain access to our groceries website on Thursday until early afternoon," said a Sainsbury's spokeswoman.
Cable & Wireless confirmed that a number of clients had been affected by the break in at the company's network centre in Watford.
"The issues have arisen following a break-in at one of our network sites in which some of our equipment was stolen," said a Cable & Wireless spokesman.
"This has interrupted services to customers for which we provide managed hosting services."
It is the second time this month that Sainsbury's has experienced technical glitches with its home delivery site.
The supermarket was forced to suspend its home delivery service for nearly two days last month after a technical fault hit its website.
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