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Theft of aluminium boards in Haverhill

Rural crime

Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident of theft in Haverhill.

It took place at some point overnight on Sunday 21 June at 9pm and Monday 22 June at 8.30am at a property on Boxford Court.

Overnight, a pair custom made ‘greedy boards’ made from aluminium and valued at about £1,000 have been removed from a Vauxhall Combi van by breaking the padlocks. Such boards are used to secure and Increase load capacity on pick up vans
 
Anyone who saw anything suspicious overnight in the area or knows of the whereabouts of the property should contact Haverhill police, quoting crime reference 37/34462/20.
 
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