Warning to boat owners after engine is stolen from Martham dyke

Norfolk's Broads Beat police have issued advice to  boat owners following a theft in Martham Norfolk's Broads Beat police have issued advice to boat owners following a theft in Martham

Wednesday, December 11, 2013
10:24 AM

A boat engine has been stolen from Martham, prompting police to warn boat owners to protect their vessels.

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A Mercury outboard engine was stolen from a Teal 22 vessel moored at the boat dyke near Ferrygate Lane overnight on December 9.

Norfolk Police has outboard engine security covers available for purchase which come in three sizes. For details call the Broads Beat team on 101. Anyone with information about the theft is asked to call PC Jon Parry on 101, while additional crime prevention advice is online at www.norfolk.police.uk.

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