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A white Ford Transit Van has been seen in suspicious circumstances on three

occasions recently in the rural areas locally. The registered number of

the vehicle is N712BOM. Any further sightings should be reported to the police through

the usual contact numbers.

A previous bulletin gave information about a Red Ford Fiesta, the occupants

of which were responsible for breaking into a car on the public hall car

park in late August. Further information has now come to light. A similar

vehicle was seen in the early hours of the morning a day or so before the

theft, and its registered number was taken as either K871 MEH. or G871

MEH. Neither of these numbers relate to a vehicle on the Police National

Computer, but it is likely that the real number will be something very

close, so please be aware of the number and report any possible sightings

to PC Ken Maple.


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