Black iPhone 4 stolen from Swaffham estate agents
Police are urging businesses in Swaffham to be vigilant after a mobile phone was stolen from an estate agents.
The theft of the iPhone 4 took place at about 11.30am on Monday, June 25, at Abbotts Estate Agents on the Market Place, Swaffham.
A man and two women entered the business asking about rented properties and while the staff member was distracted the man stole his black smart phone.
It is believed the same group visited William H Brown estate agents earlier in the day although nothing was stolen.
Witnesses should contact PC Thomas Harvey at Dereham police station on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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