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Police investigating after windows smashed at former RAF site

PUBLISHED: 15:22 03 June 2020 | UPDATED: 08:42 04 June 2020

Windows were smashed in the control tower at the former RAF Sculthorpe site. Pictures: Google Maps

Windows were smashed in the control tower at the former RAF Sculthorpe site. Pictures: Google Maps

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Police are investigating after windows were smashed at the former RAF Sculthorpe site in north Norfolk.

A Norfolk police spokesman said: “Police are investigating an incident of criminal damage at RAF Sculthorpe in Syderstone on Monday, June 1.

“Officers were called after windows were smashed in the control tower on the airfield in Tattersett Road.

“Suspects have been identified and police are investigating the matter.”

The former RAF Sculthorpe, which closed 28 years ago, has a past dating back through conflicts of the 20th century, from the fall of the Iron Curtain to the Second World War.


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