MILDENHALL — In a seven-day stretch that ended June 15, Suffolk police took reports of six cars being broken into and their audio equipment stolen.
“In most cases, the door frames have been forced and bent back and, where this hasn’t been successful, a window has been smashed,” states a report from the Suffolk Constabulary dated June 15. Suffolk police would not confirm whether any of the victims were members of the Air Force, citing privacy concerns. Anyone with information on the crimes is asked to call Mildenhall police at 01284 774 100 or Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.
Dealerships’ cars vandalizedBURY ST. EDMUNDS — Thieves smashed windows and stole radios from four cars at dealerships in Bury St. Edmunds June 9-12, according to the Suffolk Constabulary. The robberies took place at Marshall Motor Group on Easlea Road and Marshall Peugeot on Bedingfield Way, and authorities are looking for any witnesses to the crime. Those with information are asked to call Crimestoppers.
Transplant patient’s drugs stolen from seat of her carBRAMPTON — Powerful painkillers and immunosuppressant drugs being used by a kidney transplant patient were stolen out of her car June 12, Cambridgeshire police reported last week. According to a news release dated June 14, thieves forced the door of a woman’s car and found her handbag under a seat, then made off with drugs including OxyContin, a morphine-based painkiller. Police are appealing to the thieves not to take the medications and are asking anyone with information to come forward or call 0845 456 4564.
Frozen meat and a lawnmower taken from rural garageHOPTON — Police are seeking information following the theft of a lawnmower and an unspecified amount of frozen meat from a garage in the rural town of Hopton, near Thetford. On the night of June 12, a thief broke the handle off the garage door on Thelnetham Road and took the red Honda mower and the meat, valued at a total of about £130. Anyone with information is asked to call Police Constable Jason Lambourne at 01284 774 100.
Police: Woman assaulted in parking lot of town centerHAVERHILL — Police in Haverhill are looking for a man following the report of an indecent assault against a woman in the parking lot of the Haverhill Leisure Centre.
At about 11:30 p.m. on June 11, the woman was walking through the lot when a man approached her and asked her if she wanted to touch him. The woman continued to walk but was “grabbed around her chest area” before she pushed the offender away and ran to safety, according to a Suffolk Constabulary report. The man was described as white, in his early 20s, approximately 5 feet 6 inches tall and wearing a gray hooded shirt. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Suffolk police at 01284 774 100 or Crimestoppers.