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Petrol stations broken into with cigarettes stolen

PUBLISHED: 19:17 05 May 2020 | UPDATED: 19:18 05 May 2020

The Jet garage in Framlingham was broken into Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The Jet garage in Framlingham was broken into Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

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Police are appealing for information after two petrol stations in Suffolk were broken into overnight.

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The first incident happened at around 11pm on Monday at Darsham Service Station on the A12, where a glass door was smashed before cigarettes were taken.

The Jet garage in Station Road, Framlingham, was broken into around three hours later, with a more cigarettes stolen after a window had been smashed.

Suffolk police believe the two incidents are linked and have urged anyone with information to come forward, quoting crime reference 24761/20.


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