Thieves steal antique chimney pots at North Walsham, Tunstead and Hoveton
PUBLISHED: 10:17 14 May 2013 | UPDATED: 10:17 14 May 2013
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Police are appealing for information after several antique chimney pots used as planters have been stolen from gardens in Broadland and north Norfolk.
The first incident happened on Tuesday May 7 between 10am and 4pm when two Victorian chimney pots were taken from a front garden in Hall Road, North Walsham.
In another incident in Brimbelow Road, Hoveton, thieves have removed plants and soil from two chimney pots before stealing them from the front garden between Saturday May 4 and Friday May 10.
In the final incident three pots were stolen from a home in Church Lane, Tunstead between 1pm on Saturday and 2.30pm on Sunday. Officers investigating the incident are keen to trace the driver of a light blue old-style Ford Focus seen in the area on Saturday afternoon with a male driver and female passenger, both believed to be in their thirties.
Anyone with information about incidents at Hoveton and Tunstead should contact PC Chris Dewing at Stalham police station on 101, while witnesses to the North Walsham incident should speak to PC David Hack at North Walsham police station.