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Ipswich: Police investigate signs of forced entry at premises in town centre

PUBLISHED: 16:09 30 April 2014 | UPDATED: 16:09 30 April 2014

A police cordon in place near St Lawrence's Church in Ipswich

A police cordon in place near St Lawrence's Church in Ipswich

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There was an attempted break in at two town centre shops this morning.

Police cordoned off an area near St Lawrence’s Church in Dial Lane after evidence was found suggesting someone had tried to force their way inside.

The attempt occurred between 5.30am and 8am today.

It is thought their targets were Accessorize and the Thomas Cook travel agents.

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