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Arrest after missing caravan found more than 150 miles away from where it was stolen

PUBLISHED: 08:11 26 March 2018 | UPDATED: 08:18 26 March 2018

The stolen caravan which was recovered in King's Lynn. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE

The stolen caravan which was recovered in King's Lynn. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE

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A stolen caravan which was missing for 10 days was found in Norfolk - more than 150 miles away from where it was taken from.

King’s Lynn Police Tweeted they had recovered the large white caravan, with Delta written on the side, in King’s Lynn on Friday, March 23.

It had been stolen 10 days earlier from the Greater Manchester Police area.

Officers said a man aged in his 20s was arrested in connection with the incident during Friday evening.

They Tweeted: “Male in his 20s arrested earlier this evening following the recovery of a stolen caravan in King’s Lynn. The caravan was stolen 10 days ago from @gmpolice area. #wearechecking #teamwork.”


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