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Fornham All Saints: Police seek ‘tubby man’ after phone theft

Police appeal for

Police appeal for "tubby" man.

A “tubby” man is wanted by police after an iPhone was stolen from a village skate park.

A boy was playing in the park with friends and left the mobile on a pile of clothes.

The man, described as middle aged, 5ft 7ins tall of tubby build, wearing a brown fisherman’s hat, brown waistcoat and cream trousers, was seen to take the phone.

He then left in a small blue car.

The incident happened between 5pm and 6pm yesterday, Monday June 2 at the Fornham All Saints skate park.

Anyone with information should call PC Tony Orr at Bury St Edmunds Police on 101 quoting reference BR/14/379, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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