Three buggies have been stolen from a golf club on the Norfolk coast.

The golf buggies were stolen from Gorleston Golf Club between the night of February 20 and the morning of February 21.  

The first buggy was stolen from the Warren Road golf club and taken to the cliffs in Gorleston between 6am on February 20 and 7.11am on February 21 where it was left to roll to the bottom, crashing into railings and on to the beach.

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The second buggy was stolen between 10pm on February 20 and 6am on February 21 before being found abandoned and burnt out in a bridleway off Primrose Way and Falkland Way in Gorleston. 

Within the same time frame, a third golf buggy was also stolen and rolled down the cliff tops near Jay Jay’s Café in Marine Parade, causing damage to the railings before landing on the beach.

The incidents are believed to be linked and anyone with information is asked to contact Norfolk Constabulary.