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Fakenham supermarket clothing bank 'damaged during break-in bid'

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Would-be thieves have damaged a clothing bank at a Fakenham supermarket in an apparent bid to break into them, police say.

Members of the public are being urged to be vigilant following a series of incidents across the county in recent weeks.

Police say the most recent case was at the Morrisons store in Clipbush Lane, Fakenham, and happened sometime between last Thursday, January 31, and Monday of this week.

Four other incidents have been reported at supermarkets across the county since January 19.

Sgt Toby Gosdon, of Norfolk Police, said: "We are investigating whether these incidents are linked and I would urge anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in these areas in recent weeks to contact police."

Anyone with information is asked to contact Sgt Gosdon on 101.


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