Ipswich: Mini bus at Beacon Hill School targeted by thieves

Police confirmed a catalytic converter had been stolen from a mini bus at Beacon Hill School, Stone

Police confirmed a catalytic converter had been stolen from a mini bus at Beacon Hill School, Stone Lodge Lane West, which caters for youngsters aged five to 16. - Credit: Contributed

Thieves have targeted a mini bus at an Ipswich special school.

Police confirmed a catalytic converter had been stolen from a mini bus at Beacon Hill School, Stone Lodge Lane West, which caters for youngsters aged five to 16.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said the theft took place within the school grounds between 6pm on Tuesday and 6am on Wednesday.

It comes after another catalytic converter was seized from a business premises in Holywells Close in Ipswich between 4.30pm and 9.30pm on Tuesday.

The school declined to comment when contacted.

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