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Ipswich: Cash stolen during shoe shop burglary in Carr Street over weekend

16:14 27 January 2014

Burglary of shoe shop in Carr Street Ipswich

Burglary of shoe shop in Carr Street Ipswich

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Police are appealing for witnesses after the burglary of a shoe shop in Ipswich.

Looks Shoe Shop in Carr Street was burgled between 6pm on Saturday, January 25 and 10am on Sunday, January 26.

An offender broke into the premises and stole a quantity of cash from within.

Anyone with information relating to this crime should contact PC Adam Long from Ipswich on 101 quoting IC/14/373 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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