More road signs stolen

More road signs have been stolen from villages in the south Norfolk and Breckland area. Police are appealing for witnesses after several signs were removed from the B1134 at Pulham Market.

More road signs have been stolen from villages in the south Norfolk and Breckland area.

Police are appealing for witnesses after several signs were removed from the B1134 at Pulham Market. The theft is believed to have happened between January 10 and January 16, from the stretch of road including Tivetshall Road, Station Road and Long Row. If follows similar incidents on the B1113 at Bunwell and the B1134 between Tivetshall and New Buckenham which included the theft of chevrons signs on tight bends warning of hazards ahead.

Any information about the latest incident should go to PC Caroline Faiers at Long Stratton Police Station on 0845 456 4567 or alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.


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