A north Suffolk village has suffered three burglaries from farms in short succession.
The first burglary in Cratfield happened between 5pm last Thursday and 3pm last Friday at a farm where a shed was broken into and two Stihl strimmers and a lawnmower were taken.
The second was at a farm in Laxfield Road between Monday, September 30 and last Friday.
A shed was broken into and entry was gained to the house by forcing the rear door. Two 1940s £10 notes, an old Indian silver bangle and a china ornament were taken.
The third incident occurred at a farm on Laxfield Road between 8am and 3pm last Friday.
The old stable block was broken into and a Stihl petrol hedge cutter was taken and a garage was also broken into, but nothing was taken.
If you have information relating to any of these crimes, saw anything suspicious in the area or if you know the whereabouts of any of the stolen items, contact PC Andrew Phillips at Halesworth Police Station on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.