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Woodbridge: Honda engine stolen as storage units broken into on River Wall

14:36 19 February 2014

Burglars have broken into storage units in Woodbridge

Burglars have broken into storage units in Woodbridge

Several storage units have been broken into on the River Wall in Woodbridge.


Between 12 noon on Tuesday, February 4 and 8am on Monday, February 10 the storage units were broken into, and at this stage it is thought that at least one silver Honda 2 short reach outboard engine has been stolen.

If you have any information relating to this incident or if you have seen the outboard engine since it has been taken, please call PC Nicola Burnham-Slipper at Felixstowe Police Station on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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  • Wow the star does it again. You have a photo of thte burglar in action......

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    Mr cynical

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