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Bury St Edmunds: Burglars take valuable ring and Easter eggs

10:34 24 April 2014

Easter eggs have been stolen from a home in Bury St Edmunds

Easter eggs have been stolen from a home in Bury St Edmunds

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Burglars made off with a gold and diamond ring, a Microsoft tablet and Easter eggs in one of two incidents over the weekend.

Raiders forced a lock in the patio doors of a house on Gloucester Road between 6pm and 10.10pm on Friday April 18.

In a second incident on Sunday April 20, attempts were made to gain entry at a house in Harrington Close.

Anyone with information should call Bury St Edmunds priority team on 101.


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