Kessingland Incident Leads to Police Appeal

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The search for a vehicle is continuing by police, after it failed to stop following an incident in Kessingland.

Last Sunday afternoon at around 1.30pm, police went to stop a white BMW close to Pontins on London Road, however the vehicle drove off and away from officers.

Although the vehicle was found  later – the occupants were not located and no arrests have been made. 

Officers would be interested in hearing from witnesses who may have dash cam footage of the white BMW, or who may have any information about this incident that could assist the investigation.

Anyone who saw anything suspicious at the time is asked to contact Suffolk Police.

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