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Ruthless thieves steal candles from Lewes churches
11:21am Thursday 31st January 2013 in News
Hard-hearted thieves have stolen candlesticks from two churches.
Three pairs of candlesticks costing £200 were taken from St Pancras Church last Friday hours after a man was spotted leaving the church in Irelands Lane, Lewes with a black bin liner.
Two carved wooden candlesticks were also stolen from St Michael's Church in the High Street sometime between 9am on Sunday and 3pm on Tuesday.
Police have received a description of a suspect who is described as, white, 'swarthy', with dark brown curly hair and in his 30s.
Anyone with information is asked to call Sussex Police on 101 quoting serial 952 of 28/01 for St Pancras or 1210 of 29/01 for St Michael's.
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