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Detectives seek witnesses to Great Yarmouth churchyard incident

10:33 13 September 2013

Detectives are keen to speak to people who may have witnessed an incident in the churchyard of St Nicholas Minster in Great Yarmouth.

The incident took place on Friday, August 30 between 6.25pm and 6.50pm.

Two men, one aged in his early 20s and another in his early 30s, are believed to have been seen together in the churchyard.

DC Riki Chase, of Great Yarmouth CID, would like to hear from anyone who witnessed this incident.

In particular he would like to speak to two women, one described as a female double amputee and another as a elderly woman with a dog. Call DC Chase on 101.

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