Teenage burglars sought in Gunton raid
POLICE need to trace four teenage boys after they were seen walking away from premises, which had been burgled in Corton Road yesterday (Thursday).
The boys, who are described as in their mid to late teens, wearing dark coloured clothing and one wearing a beanie-style hat, were spotted walking away from premises in the road that had been broken into carrying a white polystyrene box.
The incident happened about 5.30am yesterday.
'At this stage it is unclear what was in the box but police would like to hear from anyone who was in the area in the early hours who may have seen anything suspicious,' a police spokesman said. 'Did you see the youths with the box or do you have any information about who they are?'
• Anyone who can help is asked to call PC 1638 Barber at Lowestoft police station on 01986 835300.
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