Two teenagers arrested after Hemsby Lifeboat charity shop break-in

Hemsby Lifeboat's charity shop following the break in. Picture: Dan Hurd

Hemsby Lifeboat's charity shop following the break in. Picture: Dan Hurd - Credit: Dan Hurd

Two teenagers have been questioned in connection with a break-in at a Hemsby charity shop this week.

Hemsby Lifeboat's charity shop was broken into on Tuesday evening, with a glass window smashed and several items of stock damaged during the incident.

Now police have confirmed that two boys, aged 15 and 16 respectively have been arrested in connection with the incident and questioned at Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre.

Both teens have since been released from custody but remain under investigation while enquiries continue.


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