UK weekly edition, Wednesday, July 18, 2007

NEWMARKET — Suffolk police are warning the public to be wary of online classified ads offering puppies for sale.

Two complaints have been logged in Newmarket after victims sent a puppy payment to the supposed sellers via Moneygram.

According to a Suffolk Constabulary news release, the sellers then asked for more money to cover postage. The puppies never arrived. Subsequent communication with the puppy sellers indicated they were speaking “poor English,” according to the release.

Police are asking the public to be cautious when responding to such ads and not to send money to people whose identity cannot be verified.

Investigations into the complaints continue, and anyone with information is asked to call 01284-774100.

Driver unhurt when passing car throws bottle at windowNEWMARKET — A BMW had its windshield cracked July 11 in Newmarket, when a passenger in another car threw a bottle out the window.

The driver of the vehicle was shaken but unhurt in the incident, which happened on Bury Road about 9 p.m., according to a Suffolk Constabulary news release.

Calls in relation to the incident should be made to police at 01284-774100.

Police looking for information on stolen caravanMILDENHALL — A mobile home, or caravan, was stolen from a Mildenhall farm this month. The white and blue Abi Pioneer caravan was nicked sometime between July 3 and July 6, according to the Suffolk Constabulary.

The caravan contained two awnings, sleeping bags, a tent, crockery and cutlery.

Anyone with information on the caravan is asked to call Mildenhall police at 01284-774100.

Suspects siphon gas out of vehicle in LakenheathLAKENHEATH — The fuel cap was broken off a Rover 214 before suspects siphoned gas out of the tank.

The incident happened on Sandgalls Drive in Lakenheath between midnight and 7 a.m. on July 7.

Anyone with information on the theft should call 01284-774100.

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