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Moulton: Police appeal after burglary at school

11:58 18 January 2013

POLICE are appealing for witnesses to a burglary at a school in Moulton.

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The incident happened sometime between 6.30pm on Thursday, January 17 and 6.30am on Friday, January 18 at Moulton Primary School.

An unknown individual entered the premises by forcing the front entrance. Once inside, the offender gained entry to the main administration office where they carried out a search.

A small grey safe was stolen containing a small amount of cash. Nothing else was taken.

Anyone who witnessed any suspicious behaviour or has knowledge of the burglary should contact Mildenhall Response on 101 quoting reference NE/13/102 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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