Around £800 stolen from three pay and display machines in Woodbridge
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Around £800 has been stolen from pay and display ticket machines in Woodbridge.
Three machines were broken into overnight between Thursday, January 15 and the following day, police said.
A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said: “Entry was forced to machines on Station Road and The Avenue with several hundred pounds being stolen from each machine.
“There was also an attempt at breaking into a machine on Hamblin Road, but no money was taken.”
A force spokesman confirmed the total amount of money stolen was around £800. She said the damage to the pay and display ticket machines was worth “several hundred pounds each”.
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Anyone with information should contact PCSO Burgess-Dawes on 101 quoting reference WO/15/79 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 11.
Anyone who witnessed any suspicious activity near the pay and display machines should call police immediately on 101.
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