£3,000 taken as burglars go on two-day spree
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Businesses in the Cromer area are warned to be vigilant after a total of £3,000 was stolen in a number of burglaries over the last two days.
Between 4am and 4.30am on Thursday, October 11, thieves broke into premises on Cromer Road and stole more than £2,000 from a deposit box.
Another incident occurred between 3pm on Wednesday, October 10 and 8.45am on Thursday, when a restaurant in Hamilton Road was broken into and more than £1,000 was stolen from a till.
And thieves broke into premises in Beach Road in the early hours of Thursday, but nothing appears to have been stolen.
It is also unknown if anything was taken when burglars broke into a café in Cadogan Road, between 4pm on Wednesday and 8.20am on Thursday.
Business owners are urged to remove cash and/ or valuables overnight.
Witnesses should call Sgt Tom Stead at Cromer police station on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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