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Money for brain tumour charity stolen in Southwold burglary

PUBLISHED: 12:16 22 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:16 22 December 2017

Officers are appealing for witnesses after money raised for charity was stolen from a property in Southwold. Picture: Lucy Taylor

Officers are appealing for witnesses after money raised for charity was stolen from a property in Southwold. Picture: Lucy Taylor

Police are appealing for witnesses after money raised for charity was stolen from a property in Southwold.

Officers received a report this morning at about 10.40am after it was found that a property on the High Street had been broken into at some point overnight.

The building’s back door and wooden conservatory doors were damaged and around £400 was taken from the location. The cash had all been raised in aid of The Brain Tumour charity.

Anyone who witnessed the incident, saw any suspicious activity or has knowledge of it should contact Suffolk police on 101, quoting CAD 117 of Friday, December 22.

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