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Police receive reports of ‘suspicious pair’ taking photos outside junior school

PUBLISHED: 10:06 11 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:41 11 February 2018

Fakenham Junior School. Picture: AOT Engineering Ltd

Fakenham Junior School. Picture: AOT Engineering Ltd

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Police have received reports of a suspicious couple at Fakenham Junior School.

Parents have reported that a man and a woman were seen taking pictures on their phones.

Officers were told about the incident at around 2.30pm on February 7.

The headmaster of the school has been notified of the incident, and has said they will remain vigilant as ever.

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