Playstation 4 console and games stolen in Gorleston burglary

FILE PICTURE TO ILLUSTRATE POLICING Norwich City Police Station on Bethel Street, Norwich
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FILE PICTURE TO ILLUSTRATE POLICING Norwich City Police Station on Bethel Street, Norwich Police officers on patrol in the city - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2011

Police have appealed for witnesses after a games console and several games were stolen from a home in Gorleston.

At some stage between 6pm on Thursday, May 11 and midday on Friday, May 12, suspect(s) broke into a property on Middleton Road, through insecure patio doors.

Once inside, they stole a Playstation 4 games console and a number of games, before making off.

Police are keen to speak to anybody who may have witnessed the incident or noticed any suspicious activity in the area between these times. A police spokesman said: 'Officers are also remind residents to review home security and make sure doors and windows are locked overnight and when leaving your property unattended.'

Anybody with information regarding the incident should contact Det Con Gavin Rivett at Great Yarmouth CID on 101. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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