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Police investigate four rural burglaries

Police are investigating the four burglaries
Police are investigating the four burglaries

A series of rural burglaries which happened within two days are being investigated by police.

All the crimes occurred on Wednesday, July 11 and Thursday, July 12.

The first happened between noon and 3.30pm on the first day, in which a generator was stolen from an outbuilding in Stone Bridge Lane, Old Newton, locks were forced off of it to gain entry.

At 7.30am a stable used for storage in Wetherden Road, Great Ashfield, was found to have three locks broken and a Chainsaw stolen from inside.

Then between 10.50pm and 11pm, a rural property in Long Thurlow, Badwell Ash was entered.

A window was smashed, rooms were searched and Crystal figurines were stolen.

Finally, overnight between the two days another property in Badwell Ash was broken into, with jewellery and silverware stolen.

Detectives would like to hear from anyone who was in the area during these time periods who may have seen someone acting suspiciously.

Any information to Suffolk Police via 101 or use the online reporting link: www.suffolk.police.uk/contact-us/report-something

The reference numbers for the incidents are: Stone Bridge Lane (CAD 280), Wetherden Road (37/38711), Long Thurlow (37/38830) and the theft of jewellery and silverware in Badwell Ash (37/37940).

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