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Wivenhoe: Help needed to trace men who may have information on university accommodation burglary

10:14 20 June 2014

CCTV of men police want to speak to in relation to a burglary at student accommodation at the University of Essex.

CCTV of men police want to speak to in relation to a burglary at student accommodation at the University of Essex.

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Police are appealing for help in tracing the men pictured in these CCTV images in relation to a burglary in student accommodation at the University of Essex in Wivenhoe.

CCTV of men police want to speak to in relation to a burglary at student accommodation at the University of Essex.CCTV of men police want to speak to in relation to a burglary at student accommodation at the University of Essex.

The incident happened in the early hours of June 8 while the victim was asleep in his room.

A laptop was stolen and police want to talk to the men pictured to see if they have any information.

If you can help, call Dc Mark Peacock at Colchester CID on 101

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