Cameras stolen as shed and summerhouse targeted in break-ins
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Cameras were stolen and damage caused as a shed, summerhouse and workshop were targeted in an east Suffolk village.
Police are seeking witnesses and are appealing for information in connection with the burglaries and break-ins in Henstead.
A shed and a summerhouse located in the gardens of two homes on Toad Row, Henstead near Kessingland in Lowestoft were broken into overnight.
Two wildlife cameras were stolen from a summerhouse at one home, with a shed at the location also broken into, although nothing was stolen.
It happened between 5pm on Friday, April 8 and 10am on Saturday, April 9.
A wire fence, padlock and chain have all been cut as access has been gained to a tack room and workshop at another location on Toad Row, between 7pm on Friday, April 8 and 3pm on Saturday, April 9, although nothing was stolen.
Information to Suffolk Police, quoting crime reference numbers 37/21281/22 and 37/21221/22, on 101.
Alternatively, you contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100 per cent anonymously on 0800 555 111, or via their online form.