Land Rover stolen and crashed in Kessingland
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A stolen red Land Rover Defender was found abandoned after it crashed into a hedgerow on a field by the A12 at Kessingland, near Lowestoft.
The vehicle was stolen sometime after 8pm on Monday, July 8 from a lay-by in Kessingland's High Street.
The Land Rover was then found abandoned in the field near the A12 roundabout at London Road and Romany Lane at about 11pm on Tuesday, July 9.
The Land Rover, which had specialist winching equipment, sustained minor damage and was missing a stainless steel canopy.
Anyone with information should call PC 1632 Nield at Lowesfot police station on 101.
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