Ladders and bike stand stolen from garden in Norfolk market town
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A blue bike stand and three ladders have been stolen from a garden in a mid-Norfolk market town.
Police are investigating following the theft which happened in Fakenham.
It took place sometime between 7.30pm on Friday March 16 and 8am on Saturday March 17 at a property in Caslon Close, off Highfield Road.
An unknown number of suspect stole a blue bike stand, two fold-up silver ladders and a longer ladder, measuring 6 to 7 foot, from the garden.
Anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the area between the dates and times stated, or anyone with information, should contact PC Michael Culligan at Fakenham Police Station on 101.
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