Defibrillator stolen in Wimblington

PUBLISHED: 09:26 24 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:27 24 May 2018

Defibrillator stolen in Wimblington - the police have been advised

Defibrillator stolen in Wimblington - the police have been advised

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A defibrillator has been stolen from Wimblington Parish Hall.

In a post on social media, Wimblington Parish Council said: “It has been stolen and therefore is not available for use.

“The Police have been advised.”

It was situated at the building in Addison Road.

More to follow.

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