A preschool in a Norfolk village has had toys stolen and destroyed in an overnight break-in.

Worstead Pre-School, in Ruin Road, was broken into between closing on Friday June 15 and the morning of Saturday June 16. 

The preschool, which also hosts parent, baby and toddler groups, shared the news on social media that toys had been deliberately destroyed and stolen by the perpetrator, left littered in the local area. 

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They said: "We had a break in at Worstead Preschool between closing yesterday and this morning.

"Toys have been deliberately broken.

"Some toys were also found in the park area and nearby street.

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"Fortunately it was just our outside area but even so , this is just horrible.

"Thank you to our local dog walker who informed us.

"We have reported this to the police.

"If anybody saw anything suspicious or have any information regarding this incident, please contact us or contact North Walsham Police Station."