UPDATE: CCTV pair helping with inquiries into Cromer fly-tipping

Two men are helping North Norfolk District Council with its inquiries into a recent fly-tipping incident in Cromer.

The pair came forward and identified themselves after this CCTV image was published on the EDP, Evening News and North Norfolk News websites earlier this week, according to James Wilson, the council's environmental protection team leader.

The council released the image in a bid to find those responsible for fly-tipping outside Cromer Furniture Ltd, on Cadogan Road, which has been used as an illegal dump for the past 10 years by people seeking to get rid of unwanted items, according to store owner Margaret Meggeson.

Mr Wilson said: 'The two individuals are currently assisting us with on-going investigations into what happened.'

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