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Arrests - Brize Norton burglaries

Three youths have been arrested in relation to the recent series of burglaries and thefts in Brize Norton.

The arrests are in connection with three burglaries at Brize Norton Primary School, three at Elderbank Hall and two at the Sports Pavilion, and two thefts from cars and two vehicles that were tampered with.

“The Carterton Neighbourhood Team arrested three local youths last week and recovered property,” explains Carterton Team Sergeant Mark Smith. “These crimes have had a significant impact on the village over the past few weeks.”

Posted : 26/02/2007 22:32:28

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