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Appeal to trace pair who broke into South Hetton Cricket Club
Police are appealing for information after two men broke into a village cricket clubhouse, stealing cash and alcohol.
The raid took place at the home ground of South Hetton Cricket Club, in Front Street, South Hetton, County Durham, on Tuesday September 3, at 3am.
One of the intruders is described as white, of medium build and was wearing a grey or light coloured Lee Cooper hooded jumper, with a pocket on the front, and a dark woollen hat under the hood.
He was also wearing grey or light coloured trousers, black trainers and pink gloves.
The second man is described as white, of slim build with short dark hair and was wearing a dark coloured baseball cap, a red hooded jumper with a large Adidas logo on the front, dark trousers, black trainers and green gloves.
Anyone with information about the identity of the men is asked to contact PC Victoria Carter, the officer overseeing the inquiry, who is based at Peterlee Police Station.
She can be contacted via the Durham force’s new non-emergency 101 number, while information can also be given anonymously via the Crimestoppers freephone line, on (0800) 555111.
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