Boat engines worth £9,000 stolen from Cley seafront
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A pair of engines worth £9,000 have been stolen from a boat moored on Cley seafront.
The theft took place between 10am on October 19 and 10am on October 21 close to the car park in Beach Road, High Heath.
The owner left the Cheetah catamaran on the shingle bank for two days and returned to discover an engine had been taken from each hull.
Both Honda 40 engines were fitted new this summer.
Anyone with information should contact Pc Jason Pegden at Norfolk Constabulary on 101, Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
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