Charities benefit from stolen goods

Charities and community organisations in Norfolk are to receive more than £4000 from the sale of stolen goods recovered by police in their investigations.

NORFOLK: Charities and community organisations are to receive just over £4000 from the sale of stolen goods recovered by police in their investigations.

The list of organisations to benefit from the donation, which happens twice a year, was announced yesterday. The beneficiaries are Norfolk Autistic Society, The Sick Children's Trust, Norwich Cruse Bereavement Centre, Brain Tumour research, The Norwich Centre, Victim Support Norfolk, Community First Responder, Norfolk Lowland Search & Rescue, Musical Keys and Busy Bees Playgroup.

The money is collected through the sale of recovered goods that are not reclaimed by their owners in six months and distributed to worthy causes across the county.