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Electrical items, cash and food stolen during burglary in Norfolk village

PUBLISHED: 15:33 29 April 2019 | UPDATED: 15:33 29 April 2019

Burglars stole electrical items, cash and food from a Hopton home between April 27 and 28. Picture: Archant

Burglars stole electrical items, cash and food from a Hopton home between April 27 and 28. Picture: Archant

Electrical items, cash and food were stolen from a house in a Norfolk village after burglars smashed a window and broke in.

Police have said that the break-in happened between 9am on Saturday (April 27) and 1.20pm on Sunday (April 28) on Potters Drive in Hopton.

It appears the suspects entered the premises by smashing a side-window, police said.

Electrical items, cash and food were stolen.

Anybody who witnessed the break-in or who has information can contact Norfolk police on 101.

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Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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