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Woodbridge: Thief breaks into business to steal charity box containing less than a pound

PUBLISHED: 14:16 16 June 2014 | UPDATED: 14:28 16 June 2014

A red charity box and a bag of coins have been stolen from a business in The Avenue, Woodbridge.

Between 9pm on June 15 and 7.30am on June 16 someone broke into the premises through a rear door, carried out a search and stole the items.

It’s thought the charity box would have contained less than a pound in change.

Anyone with information about this burglary is asked to call Pc Pete Gill at Police Headquarters, Martlesham Heath on 101.

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