Spate of break-ins linked by po­lice

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News -

Po­lice are warn­ing res­i­dents to take care af­ter a spate of bur­glar­ies.

Four bur­glar­ies have taken place in Stan­ground in just two days, and de­tec­tives be­lieve all the breakins are linked.

Now, ex­tra pa­trols are tak­ing place across the area.

De­tec­tive Chief In­spec­tor Mike Branston said: “We would urge mem­bers of the pub­lic to re­port any sus­pi­cious ac­tiv­ity to po­lice.”

The first break in took place be­tween 10.10 am and 11.55am on Saturday, Septem­ber 24 in Up­ton Close. Of­fend­ers smashed a rear pa­tio door and jew­ellery and a lap­top were taken.

Two days later, be­tween 6.20am and 6.20pm on Monday in Scott Close, thieves smashed a door win­dow to en­ter the prop­erty and car­ried out an un­tidy search. It is un­clear if any­thing was stolen.

On the same day, be­tween 2pm and 4.45pm in Wood hurst Road, of­fend­ers smashed the rear kitchen door of a prop­erty. Cash and pho­to­graphic equip­ment were stolen. And be­tween 2.30 pm and 4.20 pm in Coney­gree Road, of­fend­ers smashed a rear win­dow at a prop­erty. How­ever, noth­ing was taken.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion is asked to call po­lice on 101.

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