CCTV appeal following series of burglaries
Date of alert:
Friday, 12 August 2022
Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a series of burglaries from agricultural sites around Norfolk.
The incidents, which police believe may be linked, happened between Sunday 17 July 2022 and Friday 22 July 2022. On 17 July two tractors were broken into overnight, between 8.30pm and 8am the next day, at a property in Bath Road, Wereham, causing damage to locks and taking a GPS screen (36/55998/22).
Overnight between 18 July and 19 July a Toyota Hilux pick-up truck with registration number VRM AU66LNP was stolen from a property in Fakenham Road, South Creake, Fakenham, after a padlock was cut to a barn door (36/55410/22). On the same night, at 11.24pm, stables at Hillington were broken into and tractor keys stolen (36/55416/22).
Further burglaries took place between just past midnight and 3am on July 22, all at the same property in Bath Road, Wereham, where damage was caused to several buildings at the site (36/56029/22). High-value power tools, a motocross bike and van with registration LM19JUY, were taken, vehicle keys, £250 in cash and cases of gin.