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Chedburgh: Lorries stolen from business park

12:31 28 January 2013

Two lorries stolen

Two lorries stolen

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THIEVES made off in two lorries after stealing sets of keys from a Suffolk business park.

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The break-in happened sometime between 5pm on Thursday, January 24 and 7.45am the next morning, at a workshop on the Bury Road Business Park in Chedburgh.

Thieves stole keys belonging to two silver Scania lorries with the registrations Y1 VJM and W1 VJM.

If you have information or who know where the lorries are, call sergeant Mel Leaman at Haverhill police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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