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Digital camera stolen in burglary

Police have released images of items similar to those stolen in a burglary in East Kirkby.

A Kodak digital camera was among the products reported missing by the victims of the crime, which is believed to have happened overnight between March 1st and 2nd.

According to a report by the Skegness Standard, a number of watches, necklaces and rings were stolen in the raid.

The victims have also reported a large quantity of distinctive tractor memorabilia, such as 50 brass tractor rally plaques, missing after the incident.

Some 75 enamel tractor and machinery lapels and pin badges were taken too, along with a pocket watch and chain featuring a Ferguson tractor motif on it.

Earlier in the month, Barry and Eileen Richmond of King Edward Street, Belton, found items such as a camera had been stolen from their home in a burglary while they were on holiday.

The retired couple stated the theft had a long-lasting impact on their life, reported the Doncaster Free Press.

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