Suffolk: Appeal for witnesses after burglaries

POLICE are investigating after a spate of burglaries and thefts in east Suffolk.

Officers need to trace two teenage boys, thought to be aged between 14 and 18, after a burglary at the ice-cream kiosk at Nicholas Everitt park in Lowestoft.

It happened between 6pm on Monday and 4pm on Tuesday.

The pair, who wore light-coloured casual clothing, took a few ice-creams during the incident.

During the next theft fishing equipment was stolen from beside the river at Flixton Road, Bungay, at around 7.50pm on Tuesday.

The owner had left the items, including two quiver tip rods, a 13ft fly rod and a 14ft fly rod, at the river’s edge and walked away for a short time to discover the equipment had been taken on his return.

Officers want to trace two men, described as of stocky build, who were with a young child, and were seen in the area at the time.

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Offenders broke into a bungalow under renovation in Peasenhall between 4pm on Monday and 8am on Tuesday.

Nothing was stolen but damaged was caused to a door after the offenders tried to gain entry.

In the final incident a petrol chainsaw was stolen from a garage in Messenger Close, Bungay, on June 1 or 2.

Anyone with information about any of the incidents should call Suffolk police on 101.

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