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Thursday, February 21, 2013
Thieves stole Land Rovers during a spate of incidents across Norfolk at the end of last week and at the weekend.
The first theft was a blue Land Rover in Lynn Road, Hillington between February 13 and 14, while a black Land Rover was taken from Harling Road, Garboldisham during the early hours of February 15.
The next incident took place between 10pm on February 16 and 6.45am on February 17 on a driveway at Rougham End in Weasenham.
The victim noticed in the morning it had gone having left it parked up the previous day. The vehicle was a green Land Rover Defender with a black ‘Rhino’ roof rack and a white roof.
On the left back window was a sticker stating ‘Viking Society’ and a picture of a wolf’s head.
It remains unclear if the thefts are linked.
Anyone with information in relation to the incidents should contact police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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