Moulton CEVC Primary School broken into twice in a week

Moulton CEVC Primary School Money was stolen from the school days after 15 laptops were taken

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A Suffolk primary school has been broken into by thieves for the second time in a week.

Police said someone forced entry into Moulton CEVC Primary School on Thursday night or Friday morning.

A small grey safe containing more than £100 was stolen from the village school, which is near Newmarket.

Overnight on Monday, 15 laptops worth about £3,500 were taken from the school, the third incident of its kind reported to Suffolk Police this year.

A spokesperson for the police said it was "quite unusual" for the same school to be targeted by thieves in such a short time.

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