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Westleton: Wildlife camera stolen from Minsmere RSPB reserve

PUBLISHED: 20:11 17 April 2014 | UPDATED: 20:11 17 April 2014

 
	Sunset at Minsmere looking from the Island Mere Hide.

Sunset at Minsmere looking from the Island Mere Hide.

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A high-definition camera used by wildlife experts has been stolen from a Suffolk nature reserve.

The Bushnall HD camera was taken from Minsmere RSPB nature reserve at Sheepwash Lane in Westleton between 10am on Friday April 4 and 3pm two days later.

The remote camera had been positioned to capture wildlife images. Police are keen to trace three people who were heard discussing stealing the camera on the Thursday before it was taken.

Call police on 101.

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