Anglo-Saxon artefacts stolen in Norwich burglary
- Credit: Archant
A Roman brooch and Anglo-Saxon saddle mounts were among the ancient artefacts stolen in a Norwich burglary.
A building in Gunton Lane was broken into between approximately 4pm and 9.30pm on Monday, March 9.
A Roman brooch inlaid with coloured enamel was taken, along with two Anglo-Sazon saddle mounts believed to be from the 11th century.
A ninth-century copper-alloy strap end was also stolen.
The estimated value of the taken artefacts is believed to be around £3,000.
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Police are appealing for help to trace the items – anyone with information about this incident or anyone who may have been sold these items is urged to come forward.
Please contact DC Matt Cornwall on 101 quoting crime reference 36/17306/20.
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