Photos: Police want to know if these chimney-pot planters were stolen from your north Norfolk or Broadland garden

Some of the chimney pot planters, believed to have been stolen from gardens in north Norfolk and Bro

Some of the chimney pot planters, believed to have been stolen from gardens in north Norfolk and Broadland. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE - Credit: Archant

A 30-year-old woman has been arrested and police have seized several planters following a spate of thefts from gardens in north Norfolk and Broadland.

Some of the chimney pot planters, believed to have been stolen from gardens in north Norfolk and Bro

Some of the chimney pot planters, believed to have been stolen from gardens in north Norfolk and Broadland. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE - Credit: Archant

The chimney-pot plants were recovered from a builders' yard.

The suspect has been released on bail while enquiries continue and police have issued photos of the property in a bid to trace the rightful owners.

Investigating officer PC Chris Dewing, said: 'A number have been identified as stolen but it is possible that residents haven't realised the pots have been taken or haven't reported thefts to police.'

If you believe the property is yours, contact either PC Dewing or PC Tina Read at Stalham Police Station on 101.


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