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Bacton/Wetheringsett: Two burglaries linked by police

11:32 27 January 2014

Police believe two burglaries may be linked.

Police believe two burglaries may be linked.

Two burglaries in mid-Suffolk have been linked by police.

The first took place in Bacton when vintage coins were taken along with cash after offenders broke into a property in Broad Road between 8am and 8pm.

The same offenders are also believed to have broken into a property in Station Road, Wetheringsett, between 12.30pm and 7pm that day, when they took an in car satellite navigation system and a purse containing cards.

Anyone with information relating to these crimes should contact DC Andrew George from Bury on 101 quoting ST/14/223 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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