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Police have today appealed for the public's help following the theft of three historic post boxes from sites across West Norfolk.

Officers believe two of the boxes, which bore the Royal Cypher GR may have already been sold online.

The items are believed to have been taken from sites in Well Hall Lane, Ashwicken, and East End, High Street, Thornham, sometime between New Year's Day and Saturday, January 15.

This telephone pole is where one of the three stolen post boxes used to stand (54334406)
This telephone pole is where one of the three stolen post boxes used to stand (54334406)

And Norfolk Police believe those cases may be linked to a similar incident reported in Runcton Holme last month.

A post box bearing the Royal Cypher ER was stolen from its site in Thorpland Lane, sometime between 8.30am and 2pm on Tuesday, December 21.

Anyone with information about any of the incidents is asked to contact PC Amy Chalcraft in Norfolk Police's Op Solve team on 101, quoting crime reference 36/3678/22.

Police news (52487658)
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