Town pharmacy reopens after break-in
- Credit: Archant
A town pharmacy has reopened after a break-in during the night.
Dereham's Theatre Royal Pharmacy had been closed until 11am on Thursday while police investigated.
A spokesperson for Norfolk police said: "Police were called at 3.30am on Thursday 18 February to reports a property on Theatre Street had been broken into.
"A short time later, a man aged in his 20s was arrested on suspicion of burglary and criminal damage.
"The man remains in police custody at this time.
"Nothing appears to have been stolen during the incident."
The Theatre Royal Surgery, of which the pharmacy forms part, had closed its main reception until 11am, but confirmed in a Facebook post that patients can now "report to the surgery reception via the normal method" once more.
- 1 'God's waiting room' - Norfolk town is country's pensioner hotspot
- 2 'It's just not viable anymore' - Pub near Great Yarmouth closes
- 3 Lloyds to close bank in Norwich suburb
- 4 'He could've gone all the way' - Mum's tribute to aspiring boxer, 19
- 5 Norfolk worst area in UK for uninsured and untaxed drivers
- 6 Tyson Fury is making a comeback to Gorleston
- 7 Readers reveal top 10 fish and chips - but the battle is on for top spot
- 8 Police called to 'altercation' between pupils at Norfolk school
- 9 Two Norfolk spots named among best places in Britain for a weekend break
- 10 World War Two aircraft to fly over Norfolk's skies
The surgery added: "Please be patient with staff and continue to follow social distancing measures.
"We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your cooperation whilst the incident was dealt with."