Volunteer at Suffolk Baby Bank left shaken after attempted break in

A volunteer has been left shaken after two people tried to break into a building that they were working alone in.
Police were called to Suffolk Baby Banks community hub at 6.30 pm on Tuesday 5 January, following reports of an attempted burglary at a business on the Shepherds Grove Industrial Estate East in Summer Road, Stanton.
Two men walked around the premises trying to gain entry through all of the fire doors.

Suffolk Baby Bank hub – Credit Suffolk Baby Bank Facebook page

Suffolk Baby Bank supports families in need, providing things such as Baby milk, nappies, clothing.
Speaking on social media a spokesperson from the charity said that their store no high-value items or cash at the hub as they have none and are constantly appealing for help in getting baby items.

Officers attended and carried out enquiries No damage was caused.

As a result of the incident staff from Dunelms community support set up a GoFundMe page to help the charity install CCTV at their premises. https://www.gofundme.com/f/suffolkbabybankcctv

Anyone who witnessed anything suspicious in the area yesterday around the time stated is asked to contact Suffolk police, quoting CAD reference 281 of yesterday 5 January 2021.