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CCTV images: £4,000 of damage caused outside Great Yarmouth shop

14:52 08 March 2013

Police have released the CCTV images of a group who they believe can help with enquiries into damage caused in Great Yarmouth Market Place.

Police have released the CCTV images of a group who they believe can help with enquiries into damage caused in Great Yarmouth Market Place.

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This CCTV footage could help police find out who caused £4,000 worth of damage to a shop in Great Yarmouth.

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Police have released images of a group of individuals, who may be able to help with their enquiries after a shop in Yarmouth Market Place was targeted on February 18.

It is believed someone repeatedly jumped into roller shutters outside a shop causing substantial damage. The shutters could not be opened the following morning, meaning the premises could not open.

Members of the group captured on CCTV, or anyone who knows who they are, is asked to call PC Daniel Bowen at Great Yarmouth on 101.

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