Aldeburgh: Police linking burglaries at Munchies and the Regatta
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Police are linking two overnight burglaries in a coastal town.
Munchies, on Aldeburgh High Street, was broken into by a man who forced his way through the rear door of the cafe shortly after 1am this morning.
Suffolk police said the male managed to steal a four figure sum of cash and a computer tablet, and left walking along the High Street.
Officers are linking the break in to another burglary at the Regatta, which is also on the High Street.
The incident happened between 11pm on Sunday and 9am on Monday.
A police spokesman said: “Thieves forced their way in through a rear door and stole a three figure sum of cash.
“Forensic examinations of the scenes have been carried out, as have house to house enquiries.
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“CCTV will also be examined in further detail.
“Anyone with information is urged to call Halesworth Police Station on 101 quoting reference LE/14/975 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.”