Police appeal after Lowestoft homes are burgled
Police in Lowestoft are appealing for information after two homes in the town were burgled.
Between 10pm on Wednesday and 5.50am yesterday a home on Morton Road was entered through a ground floor window.
A vase with flowers in near the window was taken.
The second burglary saw a lady's navy blue faux leather shoulder bag containing a key and cigarettes stolen from a home on Green Drive.
The burglary happened between 8:30pm and 9pm on Wednesday when the offender entered the property through a ground floor window that backs onto a footpath between Walmer Road and a wooded area at the back of Laxfield Way.
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Anyone with information call Lowestoft CID on 101.
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