Plea from North Walsham charity shop manager after items stolen
A plea has been made by a charity shop manager for donations not to be left on the doorstep because of items being stolen.
Elaine Eckett, manager of Break charity shop in Market Place, North Walsham issued the plea after having donated goods which were left outside on the porch of the shop, stolen early in January.
She added that it is not the first time it has happened and has asked if people could bring any items they wish to donate into the shop when it is open, Mondays- Saturdays 9am - 5pm.
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