Milk thefts continue, Colyton and Seaton
A SPATE of milk and orange juice thefts continue to blight Colyton and Seaton.
Sixteen pints were taken from Pink Hippo Day Nursery in Seaton yesterday morning (September 10).
And in Colyton, milk was taken from outside a cottage, and orange juice from a float.
Sergeant Richard Stonecliffe said: “We believe this milk is being sold because of the large quantise taken. If anyone has been offered cheap milk, please get in touch.”
Last week the Midweek Herald reported how residents in Colyton had had milk splashed over their windows and bottles taken from their doorsteps.
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Anyone with information can call police on 08452 777 444.
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