Vandals strike at iconic Suffolk church

POLICE are hunting vandals who broke into an historic Suffolk church, smashed stained glass windows and stole a rare 15th Century chest table.

POLICE are hunting vandals who broke into an historic Suffolk church, smashed stained glass windows and stole a rare 15th Century chest table.

The incident happened at the Holy Trinity Church, Blythburgh, between 6.15pm on Saturday, April 12, and 9am the following day.

The offenders broke in to the church in Church Lane and caused a substantial amount of damage to the stained glass windows and a number of pieces of furniture were taken. One of these items was a rare 15th Century chest table.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who may have been offered this item or asked about the value of such an item.

Anyone with any information about this incident or the whereabouts of the table should contact Pc Lee Simons at Saxmundham police station on 01473 613500.

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