LAKENHEATH — Vandals damaged two cars in Lakenheath and stole various items from a third in a series of incidents on the night of May 29, according to a report from the Suffolk County Constabulary.

At some point between 8 p.m. and 9 a.m. the next day, burglars stole a car CD player face, a bag and various papers from the third car, a Vauxhall Vectra, the report stated.

Calls in relation to the incident should be made to Sgt. Liam Garrard at the Lakenheath and Rows Safer Neighborhood team at 01284 774100.

Copper bars stolen from industrial siteMILDENHALL — Suffolk police are looking for information from witnesses after thieves stole about 40,000 pounds ($80,000) worth of copper bars from an industrial site on Chiswick Avenue.

The bars, used in the construction of industrial gear boxes, ranged in length from 30 centimeters to about a meter and are heavy, requiring the use of a large truck to remove them from the site, said Lisa Crane, spokeswoman for the Suffolk County Constabulary.

The theft took place sometime over the long Memorial Day weekend, between 7:20 p.m. May 26 and 7 a.m. May 29, according to the police report. Anyone with information is asked to call constable Matt Ross at 01284 774100.

Information sought on theft of portable poolKEDINGTON — Thieves on Sturmer Road in Kedington stole a 17-foot portable swimming pool from a barn, according to a report from the Suffolk County Constabulary.

Police are on the hunt for information on the theft, which occurred sometime on the night of May 29, after burglars entered the barn and took the pool — still in its box — along with a pump and heater, the police report stated.

Anyone with information is asked to call Sufflok police at 01284 774100.

Men pose as workers to collect paving feeMARCH — Cambridgeshire police are hunting two men who conned an elderly woman out of more than 4,000 pounds ($8,000) when they approached her to collect payment for a paving job being finished on her driveway, according to a Cambridge police report.

The two men posed as workers for a genuine company set to do the work and arrived May 23 to collect the fee for the job, the report stated.

One man was described as white and thin, in his early 30s, while the other was described as in his 40s with a heavy build and glasses, according to the report.

Witnesses are asked to call the Wisbech police station at 0845 456 4564.

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