Have you been offered ham radio equipment stolen during burglary in Heacham?

Police are appealing for information after ham radio equipment worth thousands was stolen from a property in Heacham. Police are appealing for information after ham radio equipment worth thousands was stolen from a property in Heacham.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
1:52 PM

Police in Heacham are appealing for witnesses after radio equipment was stolen from an outbuilding.

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Thieves forced entry into a radio shack at a property on Poplar Avenue, between 6pm on Saturday, April 5 and noon on Sunday, April 6.

They stole amateur radio equipment worth more than £3,000, including a Kenwood TS5906 transceiver and microphone, an Icom706 Mark II transceiver and desk microphone, a 12 volt power unit, and an aerial tuner.

Officers would like to speak to anyone who may have witnesses this theft or anyone with further information.

Anyone with information should call PC Kirsty Grand, at Hunstanton Police Station, on 101.

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