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Aldeburgh: Man arrested in connection with string of burglaries

10:40 12 October 2012

Man bailed following arrest on suspicion of burglary

Man bailed following arrest on suspicion of burglary


A SUFFOLK man has been arrested on suspicion of burglary following a series of break-ins at homes in the Aldeburgh area recently.


The 30-year-old from Yoxford was arrested on Wednesday in connection with a total of 21 burglaries in Aldeburgh, Snape, Cookley, Brandeston, Aldringham, Benhall, Thorpeness and Sternfield in July, August and September.

He was taken into custody where he was interviewed by officers and has now been bailed to return to police on November 8 pending further enquiries.



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