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Police seize fishing equipment in Fakenham

16:15 13 August 2012

Police in Fakenham are holding this fishing equipment as part of an on-going investigation – and now want to find out who it belongs to.

Police in Fakenham are holding this fishing equipment as part of an on-going investigation – and now want to find out who it belongs to.

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Police in Fakenham have seized a significant quantity of fishing equipment as part of an on-going investigation and now want to find out who it belongs to.

The property will be on show at Fakenham Police Station between 10am and 12pm on Saturday.

The items are of varying value and have all been seized recently.

Officers are unable to reveal any more information about the investigation at this stage.

Anyone who is unable to attend on the day and wants to find out more, can contact Fakenham SNT on 101.

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