iPad and cash stolen in King’s Lynn house burglary

PUBLISHED: 10:08 05 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:08 05 January 2018

Detectives are investigating after a burglary in King's Lynn. Picture: Archant library.

Detectives are investigating after a burglary in King's Lynn. Picture: Archant library.

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A number of electronic items, including an iPad, and cash were stolen from a house in West Norfolk.

Detectives are investigating following a burglary in Tennyson Avenue, King’s Lynn, yesterday (Thursday, December 4).

A property was broken into sometime between 11.30am and 4pm, when the suspect or suspects forced their way in through a rear door.

A police spokesman said an untidy search had been carried out before a number of items were stolen.

This included an Apple iPad Air, cuff links, an Olympus camera, a SkyWatcher Myriad telescope, a Garmin Sat Nav and cash.

Officers are keen to hear from anyone who may have any information, in particular anyone who has been offered these items for sale.

Anyone with information should contact DC Sarah Mitchell at Kings Lynn CID on 101.

Alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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