Birds stolen from Sheringham
- Credit: IAN BURT
Two ornamental birds have been stolen from a driveway in Sheringham.
The copper-coloured steel birds were taken between April 5 and April 9 from gates in Abbey Road.
One was about six to seven inches tall, and the about 12 inches.
The birds were attached to the gate by metal rods and would have been cut before being stolen.
Anyone with information or anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area should contact PCSO Guy Slade on 101.
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