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 Road Signs Stolen

Wymondham Police are appealing for information regarding the theft of several thousand pounds worth of road signs in the Hethersett area. 

Between midnight and 6 a.m on Tuesday, August 17th, more than 1,400 worth of road signs were stolen on the A47/A11 interchange at Thickthorn in Hethersett. 

The signs are identified by a red and blue coloured backing and Camino UK Ltd embossed on the bottom. They are of various designs, including directional arrow signs, lights, and cones, and will be familiar to motorists as they are constantly seen at major roadworks on the county's main trunk roads. 

More than 10,000 of road signs used on main trunk roads have been stolen in Essex, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire since April this year. 

PC Mark Bandrowski, of Wymondham Police station, said: "We are keen to hear from anybody who has seen anything suspicious on the main roads in the early hours of the morning. 

"Anyone who has seen someone picking up road signs should contact us as soon as possible." PC Bandrowski can be contacted on (01953) 424242 or anyone with information can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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