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Appeal over theft on train

PUBLISHED: 03:25 22 May 2003 | UPDATED: 13:54 03 March 2010

BRITISH Transport Police are appealing for witnesses after a blonde woman was accused of stealing cash on a Liverpool Street to Norwich train.

The theft happened in the first class compartment of the train.

BRITISH Transport Police are appealing for witnesses after a blonde woman was accused of stealing cash on a Liverpool Street to Norwich train.

The theft happened in the first class compartment of the train.

The victim has told officers he was reading a newspaper when the money was taken from his wallet.

BTP have said the man described the thief as white, in her early 20s, and of slim build. She was wearing a white blouse and dark trousers. Her blonde hair was swept back.

The theft took place on the 3.30pm London to Norwich train on May 1.

Anyone with information about the theft, or who have seen a similar woman acting suspiciously on another train, should telephone the BTP at Ipswich railway station on 01473 601978 or freephone 0800 304050.


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