Shed thefts in Upper Sheringham
Householders in Upper Sheringham are being urged to step up shed security following three break-ins.
Between Thursday and Saturday two sheds and an outbuilding were broken into with power tools being stolen in two cases.
Thieves targeted sheds along The Street and Sheringham Road and an outbuilding was entered along Cranfield Road.
Sgt Andrew Smith from the Sheringham Safer Neighbourhood Team said: 'In light of these recent incidents, householders are reminded to check the locks on their sheds and that valuable items are clearly security marked to deter opportunist thieves.'
Security products available can be found at www.norfolk.police.uk .
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