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Thief stole cash from Attleborough surgery

19:23 24 May 2012

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A thief stole cash from a Norfolk surgery then fled after being challenged by staff.

A suspicious man was seen in the waiting area and then the corridor of the Queen’s Square surgery on May 18 and walked outside after being challenged.

However, he appeared again 30 minutes later and was seen looking through a window before walking off after being challenged again. The money was taken from a bag.

Police would like to speak to a white man, of slim build, 6ft with fair hair and wearing black trousers and shoes and a bright purple tracksuit top.

Call PC Stuart Catchpole at Attleborough on 101.

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