Have you seen Range Rover Sport stolen from Suffolk driveway?
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Two luxury SUVs were stolen from a Suffolk driveway – with one found dumped across the Norfolk border.
The black Range Rover Sport and black BMW X5 were both taken in the early hours of yesterday morning from a property in Gisleham, near Lowestoft.
Officers were called at just after 7am, when the victims woke up to discover both vehicles had been taken.
It is believed the offenders opened a window at around 2.50am to take keys to the backdoor, which they then opened to steal car keys from inside.
The BMW was found at around 1pm yesterday, parked in a residential road in Taverham, near Norwich, and has now been recovered.
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The black Range Rover Sport, registration number 918HLH, remains missing.
There was a sighting of the Range Rover at around 8am yesterday in London Road South, Lowestoft. Officers believe there is a possibility that this vehicle has also been left parked up somewhere. The number plates may have been changed since the vehicle was stolen.
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Anyone with information about this crime, or who believes they have seen the Range Rover, is asked to contact East CID at Lowestoft Police Station on 101 quoting reference 26654/18. Alternatively contact the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.