‘Anyone in Dereham lost a prosthetic limb?’ Police appeal for owner of lost leg
Its all kicking off down Dereham Rugby Club.
Breckland police are asking the public if anyone has lost a prosthetic limb, after one was found at the club and handed into the station.
In a tweet, from Thursday, October 24, @BrecklandPolice asked: 'Anyone in Dereham lost a prosthetic limb?
'We have one at the police station that has been found by a member of the public!'
After receiving enquiries from several perplexed Twitter users, the police tweeted again, three hours later, saying: 'Essentially a prosthetic leg was found at the Rugby Club and handed in to our front office a couple of days ago.'
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Andrew Mash, secretary of Dereham Rubgy Club, described the incident as 'very strange'.
Mr Mash added: 'This is the first I've heard of it.'
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The Norfolk prosthetics service said all limbs are issued with serial numbers.
They advised police to return the item to the clinic to help trace its owner.