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Four-foot wooden gates stolen from church

PUBLISHED: 16:14 08 February 2019

Police are appealing for any information after the wooden gates were taken from the entrance to St Matthias Church. Picture: Google

Police are appealing for any information after the wooden gates were taken from the entrance to St Matthias Church. Picture: Google

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A pair of 4ft gates were stolen overnight from a church in Thorpe Next Haddiscoe.

Police are appealing for any information after the wooden gates were taken from the entrance to St Matthias Church, on Church Road.

According to police, the gates were stolen from the location, on Church Road between 5pm on Thursday, February 7 and 1am the following day.

Anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the area at that time, or have information about the theft have been urged to contact PC Dave Greenwood at Norfolk Police on 101.

Alternatively witnesses can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.


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