Thieves steal tricycles from village charity shop

13:02 22 April 2014

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A pair of children’s tricycles have been stolen from a charity shop in Littleport.

The second-hand blue bikes were in a storage area to the rear of Branching Out, in High Street, when they were taken between 5pm on April 14 and 8am the following day.

Branching Out supports people with learning difficulties in a variety of work experience and social activities.

Anyone with information should contact PC Stu Challis on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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