Rare turntable stolen
BURGLARS have struck at two homes in a Suffolk village – escaping with a rare record player worth £1,200 and other valuables.A distinctive Nottingham Analogue turntable, worth £1,200 and one of only 200 in the country, was among the items stolen from a house in Higham Road.
BURGLARS have struck at two homes in a Suffolk village – escaping with a rare record player worth £1,200 and other valuables.
A distinctive Nottingham Analogue turntable, worth £1,200 and one of only 200 in the country, was among the items stolen from a house in Higham Road.
Hadleigh police are linking the two burglaries, which took place in Stratford St Mary on Wednesday .
A house in Upper Street was entered between 10am and 5pm, and burglars searched the property but nothing appears to have been taken.
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Then between 7.55am and 5pm, a house in Higham Road was broken into. Numerous items were taken from within including the turntable which is a Hyperspace model, jewellery, a telescope, alcohol and stereo equipment.
A police spokeswoman said: "With the amount of items taken, it is likely that there may have been more than one offender present."
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Police issued a reminder to remind people to consider the security of their homes and keep windows and doors looked.
Anyone with any information is asked to call Dc Dick Ford on 01473 613500 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.