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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A police coffee meeting is being planned in Newmarket on Wednesday to discuss community safety concerns

    A police coffee meeting is being planned in Newmarket on Wednesday to discuss community safety concerns

    It follows a ram-raid at Partridge Jewellers in Westfield Mall, on Friday.

    Employees had to flee into a locked back room, after thieves ram-raided the shop, smashing cabinets and stealing expensive pieces.

    In a Facebook post, police say the team would be there to connect, chat and listen to any concerns.

    Newmarket Business Association chief executive Mark Knoff-Thomas, says the meeting had been arranged prior to the ram-raid, to give people chance to meet police.

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