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Felixstowe: Speakers and amplifiers stolen from shed in Seaton Road

12:46 16 April 2014

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Audio equipment has been stolen from a shed in Felixstowe.

It was in Seaton Road and the incident happened between 7pm on Saturday and 11.30am on Sunday.

The equipment stolen includes a black Peavey Bandit 112 transtube amplifier, a black Peavey pro-sub messenger MK II active speaker, a black The Box PA M12 eco MK II floor monitor and a MA 120 MK II floor monitor and two The Box PA202A speakers.

If you know the whereabouts of any of the items or if you have any information relating to this theft please call Pc Nicholas Lockwood at Felixstowe Police Station on 101.

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  • I bet the neighbours are happy though! I know mine would be if my stuff got nicked.

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    Lee Davies

    Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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