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Suffolk: Spate of break-ins in Mid Suffolk

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A series of a barns, garages and vehicles have been broken into in Fressingfield, Wingfield and Helmingham.

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A shed and garage in Top Road, Fressingfield, were broken into in two separate incidents. Screwdrivers, a hammer and a Stihl chainsaw were stolen from the shed.

Two male teenagers in black hooded tops were seen in the area around the time acting suspiciously.

Two barns were entered with nothing stolen and a vehicle had cash taken from it, while a red Honda C90 moped registration R405WHJ was stolen, from Top Road in Wingfield.

In a final incident in Oak Walk, Helmingham, a property was broken into and ransacked with an amount of cash, hand-controlled radios and a Canon camera stolen.

All of the incidents took place between 6pm on Wednesday June 25 and 9am the following day.

Anyone with information should call PC Gary Hopkins from Stowmarket on 101 quoting ST/14/1762, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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