Norfolk caravan park owner tied up by robbers
Anthony CarrollThe owner of a Norfolk caravan park was tied up by three robbers as they stole cash from his office.Anthony Carroll
The owner of a Norfolk caravan park was tied up by three robbers as they stole cash from his office.
As well as taking cash from the Green Farm Caravan Park in Beach Road, Scratby, near Great Yarmouth, the male gang also took the 70-year-old owner's Rolex watch.
Police said the owner suffered a slight injury during his ordeal on Thursday night and was left shaken. He did not require hospital treatment.
The robbers were in the 20s and were wearing some kind of covering over their faces.
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Anyone with information on the incident, which happened between 9pm and 10pm, should call Det Sgt Graeme Talbot of Yarmouth CID on 0845 4564567.
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