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Jewellery box stolen during burglary of Capel St Mary home

PUBLISHED: 14:12 07 February 2018

The burglary happened in Capel St Mary. Picture: ARCHANT

The burglary happened in Capel St Mary. Picture: ARCHANT

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A jewellery box was stolen from a home in Suffolk during a daylight burglary.

The break-in happened between 9.30am and 1.35pm on Monday, February 5 at a property in The Street, Capel St Mary.

The culprit gained entry into the home by smashing a downstairs window before carrying out a search.

A jewellery box was stolen.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any knowledge of it is asked to contact Ipswich Criminal Investigations Department on 101 quoting reference 6949/18.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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