Dereham station suffers second break-in in a month
Norfolk Police and the Mid-Norfolk Railway are appealing for information after Dereham station was broken into for the second time in a month.
The break-in occurred between 9pm on Wednesday, May 9, and early the next morning.
It is believed those responsible broke in by smashing a window on the first floor.
A number of internal doors have been badly damaged, and a small amount of money and some catering stock may have been stolen.
While the railway does not keep large sums of money on the premises, the damage done will cost the charity a large amount to repair.
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Brian Gratton, station master, appealed for anyone with information, or who may have saw anything suspicious around the station, maybe a car outside, to contact Norfolk Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously on 0800 555111.
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