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Snow prints aid burglary arrest

Police followed footprints in the snow and made an arrest following a burglary at a County Durham club.

Officers were called to the Ivy Leaf Club in Burnhope at 0130 GMT, when an alarm was triggered, and found cash had been stolen from the safe.

A police spokesman said officers were able to follow footsteps in the snow to a house in the village.

A man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of burglary and is being questioned by police in Consett.



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