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Warning after theft from vehicle parked in north Norfolk beauty spot

PUBLISHED: 14:53 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 15:04 16 July 2018

Police. Stock image. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Police. Stock image. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Police have warned day-trippers not to leave valuables on show in their vehicles after a theft in the village of Wiveton, near Cley next the Sea on the north Norfolk coast.

North Norfolk Police said in a Facebook post a theft from a motor vehicle happened there in the afternoon of Friday, July 13.

The police said three men were believed to have been behind the crime.

“Suspects believed to be three males using a grey hatchback,” they said. “When visiting our beauty spot car parks do not leave items of value on show and be vigilant.”


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