Egg thieves strike at farm in Hingham
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More than 50 eggs have been stolen from a roadside stall.
Police say some 30 chicken and 24 duck eggs were stolen from outside a farm in Hingham.
The theft is included in the weekly round-up of rural crimes from Norfolk police's Operation Randall team.
Officers say a chemical shed was also broken into in Gayton and chemicals stolen.
A stable yard near in Colney was broken into and horse feed stolen.
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There have been reports of a suspicious silver Ford transit van with a roof rack visiting St Agnes Church, Cawston
Polioce were also notified of a man trying to sell diesel in Hillington from a Silver Ford transit.
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There were also reports of a dark blue van 'poking around' a farm in Kenninghall.
Officers are also receiving reports of people offering to sell Generators and power tools from vans. They warn these sellers will not offer any consumer protection.