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Ipswich: Chilled and frozen food stolen in two break-ins at cafe and restaurant

14:50 03 September 2014

Police appeal after food theft

Police appeal after food theft

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Chilled and frozen food has been stolen from two businesses in Ipswich.

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A cafe in King Street was broken into between 4pm on Monday and 8am the following day when chilled food items were stolen.

A second break in was reported at a takeaway restaurant in Stoke Street between 11pm on Monday and 6am the next morning, when frozen food was stolen.

Anyone with information should contact Ipswich Police on 101 quoting IC/14/3509 for King Street or IW/14/3004 for Stoke Street or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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2 comments

  • What is a rather centrally located cafe doing closed at 4pm on a Monday?

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    Ipswich Entrepreneur

    Thursday, September 4, 2014

  • Food theft I forgive, they may have starving kids. If its for resale for drugs, then no.

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    Lee Davies

    Wednesday, September 3, 2014

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