Police warning follows purse theft
SHOPPERS in Great Yarmouth are being urged by police to keep an eye on their things after a purse was stolen on Marine Parade. The theft took place on Saturday, June 5 between 2pm and 6.
SHOPPERS in Great Yarmouth are being urged by police to keep an eye on their possesions after a purse was stolen on Marine Parade.
The theft took place on Saturday, June 5 between 2pm and 6.30pm while the victim was shopping on the seafront.
The purse, which had been in a string type handbag, was on the handle of a pushchair. A spokesman for the police said:
“As the weather improves and more people are out and about across the county, thieves will take the opportunity to make thefts from handbags and other similar items which have been left unattended or insecure.”
You may also want to watch:
Anyone with information in relation to the incident should contact South Yarmouth Safer Neighbourhood Team on 0845 456 4567.
- 1 Third teenager arrested over Yarmouth park stabbing
- 2 Tesco applies to sell alcohol from pub site
- 3 Seaside cafe opens new toy library for dogs
- 4 Revealed: The most expensive towns to buy a home in Norfolk
- 5 Crowds pour on to streets to enjoy light and sound display
- 6 Thrilling Fire on the Water show to light up Yarmouth
- 7 They started life in lockdown - but how are these businesses doing now?
- 8 Gorleston high street closed this week for emergency gas works
- 9 The most popular baby names in Norfolk in 2020 are revealed
- 10 Award-winning Halloween event returns to Great Yarmouth this half term