Money stolen from Diss parking meter
Police are appealing for witnesses after money was stolen from a parking meter in Diss. The incident occurred sometime between Friday 6 November and Sunday 8 November 2015 at a car park in Park Road. The door to the parking meter was drilled open and the cash box containing around £52 was stolen from inside. Anyone who witnessed any suspicious activity in the car park, or who has any information about this incident, is asked to contact PC Peter Partridge at Diss Police Station on 101, Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or through their anonymous online form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Double burglary witness appeal
Detectives are appealing for information following two burglaries in South Norfolk on Wednesday 18 November. Suspect(s) have targeted a property on Mill Lane, Pulham St Mary sometime between 8am and 8.30pm. Entry was forced to a rear kitchen window and once inside an untidy search has been undertaken and £100 cash stolen. Police were then called to an address on Station Road, Great Moulton just after 8pm. Suspect(s) have accessed a property through a kitchen window and have stolen a purse containing an unknown amount of cash before fleeing the scene. Police believe these incidents to be linked and are urging local residents to be vigilant.
Detective Constable Scott Malcolmson said, “I would urge householders to fit locks which are fit for purpose to all doors and windows and get into the routine of checking that your windows and doors are closed and locked before you go to bed or leave the house. “In the meantime we are asking residents to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour as it may assist us with our investigations”.
Anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the area between the times stated or anyone with information should contact Det Con Scott Malcolmson at Bethel Street CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police Connect – temporary reduced service
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Chief Inspector Michael Britton