Police warning over spate of Sheringham burglaries
Sheringham residents have been warned to be on their guard after a spate of burglaries in outbuildings in the town.
During a report to the town council on Tuesday November 1, police community support officer Gary Baxter said there had been four break-ins - at Cremer's Drift, Lockerbie Flats and two at Waterbank Road - plus one attempt on Station Road.
He said: 'Various power tools and garden tools were taken.'
PCSO Baxter added: 'I have worked in and around Sheringham for more than 30 years, and I haven't seen many burglaries. These incidents are a warning to all of us to lock things up and make them secure.'
? PCSO Baxter said there were 15 crimes reported in Sheringham between October 4 and November 1 - a 'significant' 35pc improvement on the same period in 2010.
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There had been 132 calls made to police during the four-week period, including four road traffic collisions, 12 domestic incidents and 20 from people with concern about their safety of individuals.
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