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Burglars steal phone and camera after breaking into Norfolk home

09:22 12 May 2012

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Burglars stole a handbag containing a Samsung mobile phone and Canon digital camera after breaking into a house in a Norfolk village.

The burglars smashed a rear ground floor window at the house in Bunwell Street, Long Stratton between 11.30pm on May 4 and 9am on May 5 and the handbag also contained a small amount of cash and cards.

Anyone with information in relation to the incident should phone DC Mark Easter at Norwich police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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