Two cutlery urns taken

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A CUTLERY urn was stolen in a house burglary.

The incident happened between 6.20pm and 6.30pm on Thursday, January 10 in Kilmeston.

An outbuilding was broken into but nothing was stolen although the offender then broke into the house and took two cutlery urns.

One of the urns was found in the grounds of the house.

Anyone with information should call PC Emma Purser on 101.