Thieves take jewellery from glass display cabinets at an antiques shop near King’s Lynn

PUBLISHED: 11:56 09 January 2018

Police are appealing for help to identify two men following an incident of theft in Setchey. 
Officers have released CCTV images after jewellery was stolen from a glass display cabinet at the Antiques Warehouse in Garage Lane

Police are appealing for help to identify two men following an incident of theft in Setchey. Officers have released CCTV images after jewellery was stolen from a glass display cabinet at the Antiques Warehouse in Garage Lane

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Police have released clear CCTV images following a jewellery theft from glass display cabinets at an antiques shop near King’s Lynn.

Police are appealing for help to identify two men following an incident of theft in Setchey. 
Officers have released CCTV images after jewellery was stolen from a glass display cabinet at the Antiques Warehouse in Garage Lane 
Police are appealing for help to identify two men following an incident of theft in Setchey. Officers have released CCTV images after jewellery was stolen from a glass display cabinet at the Antiques Warehouse in Garage Lane

Now they are appealing for help to identify two men they would like to speak to in connection with the incident of theft in Setchey.

A Norfolk Police spokesman said: “Officers have released CCTV images after jewellery was stolen from a glass display cabinet at the Antiques Warehouse in Garage Lane, Setchey, shortly before 12pm on Saturday January 6.

“Officers are keen to speak to the men pictured and ask that anyone who may recognise them to contact PC Mandy Shreeve at King’s Lynn Police Station on 101.

“Alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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