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Do you recognise man in Belton defibrillator theft incident?

PUBLISHED: 11:47 22 January 2018 | UPDATED: 16:21 23 January 2018

The CCTV images from the incident at Belton.
Picture supplied by Norfolk police

The CCTV images from the incident at Belton. Picture supplied by Norfolk police

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These CCTV images show a man police want to speak to after a defibrillator was stolen from a village sports centre.

The CCTV images from the incident at Belton.
Picture supplied by Norfolk policeThe CCTV images from the incident at Belton. Picture supplied by Norfolk police

The Belton and Browston Sport and Leisure Centre in New Road was broken into just after midnight on Thursday, December 21.

A defibrillator was ripped from its mounting at the centre’s main entrance.

MORE: defibrillator is stolen from sports centre

Damage to the roof and general damage to the hall was caused.

The centre is owned Belton and Browston Parish Council.

Rollesby-based ambulance firm Ikon Ambulance and Training Services has loaned the centre a defibrillator until the original one can be replaced.

MORE; defibrillator loaned to centre

Anyone with information on the CCTV images or the incident should contact PC Lucy Sutton at Gorleston Police Station on 101.


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