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Horringer: Two burglaries in village see motorcycles, a trailer and camera stolen

PUBLISHED: 15:29 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 15:32 11 April 2014

One of the bikes stolen after two burglaries in Horringer

One of the bikes stolen after two burglaries in Horringer

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Police are appealing for information following two burglaries in Horringer, near Bury St Edmunds.

One of the bikes stolen after two burglaries in HorringerOne of the bikes stolen after two burglaries in Horringer

The first incident happened at a property in The Limes. The garage of the property was forced open between 2am and 8.10am on April 10.

Two motorcycles were stolen from within, a red Beta Rev 3 – registration LX53 KWD – and a KTM 690 Enduro – registration LK10 FVG – together with a Kona Blast man’s mountain bike and Airoh motocross helmet.

The back garden of the home was also entered and a motorbike trailer stolen.

In the second incident a property in The Street was broken into sometime between 2.05pm and 3.55pm on the same day. A black Nikon digital camera, cash and set of cufflinks were stolen.

A bike trailer stolen during a burglary in HorringerA bike trailer stolen during a burglary in Horringer

Police are keen to hear from anyone who noticed any suspicious activity in the area or who knows the whereabouts of the items stolen.

Calls should be made to Bury St Edmunds CID on 101.

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