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Suspicious white Citroen Berlingo seen on farms amid rural crime spate

PUBLISHED: 10:22 01 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:22 01 November 2017

Police have released an image of a Citroen Berlingo van following a series of burglaries in rural Suffolk. Picture: SUPPLIED BY SUFFOLK POLICE

Police have released an image of a Citroen Berlingo van following a series of burglaries in rural Suffolk. Picture: SUPPLIED BY SUFFOLK POLICE

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Police have released an image of a van following a series of burglaries in rural Suffolk.

Suffolk Constabulary warned residents to be aware of a suspicious white Citroen Berlingo.

The warning follows a series of rural burglaries and thefts in the county.

The vehicle has been seen in suspicious circumstances on farms across the county.

Officers would like to speak with the driver, who may be able to assist with enquiries.

Police have advised anyone who sees the van not to approach or try to stop it, but call Suffolk police on 101.

If you suspect a crime is in progress, notify police immediately on 999.

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