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Police pursuit after Range Rover stolen at Tesco car park in Stalham

PUBLISHED: 10:25 14 December 2017 | UPDATED: 14:46 14 December 2017

Police tape and car at Tesco Stalham car park this morning. Picture: David Bale

Police tape and car at Tesco Stalham car park this morning. Picture: David Bale

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Four people have been arrested after a Range Rover was stolen from the Tesco car park in Stalham in the early hours today. A Norfolk police spokesman said the vehicle was taken before 1am.

It was later discovered when it passed through an automatic camera activation system in the Great Yarmouth area.

A police vehicle was in pursuit and the driver failed to stop, a spokesman said. The Range Rover was later forced to stop at the Gapton Hall estate, near the Rainbow Co-op store, at about 8.30am.

Police said four people were arrested and have been taken into custody.

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