Suffolk Schools Break-Ins Top Priority For Police

8 April 2013, 06:00

Police in Suffolk are telling Heart they're putting more effort into trying to find thieves who break into schools and steal computer equipment.

Officers are linking 18 break-ins where thousand of pounds of laptops have been stolen since November - but there have been several others. 

Last week two were broken into in Great Barton and Kersey and twenty thousand pounds worth of laptops were taken.

Chief Inspector Kim Warner is from the force in Bury St Edmunds and says they've been upping patrols and redirecting their efforts...

Chief Inspector Kim Warner

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