Police warning about string of thefts in Terrington St Clement

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There have been several break-ins and thefts in Terrington St Clement this week.

All the incidents took place overnight on Tuesday 22 October into the early hours of Wednesday 23 October.

Between 9pm and 8.30am seven cars were broken into; two vehicles on Popes Lane, three on Rhoon Lane, one on The Saltings and one on Northgate Way. Items including five sat navs, a wallet and cash were taken from the vehicles.

Three shed break-ins occurred between 6pm and 8.30am at two properties on Rhoon Road and one on Churchgate Way. Items including hand tools, a tool box, a garden strimmer and a hedge cutter were taken.

Between 10.45pm and 6.45am offender(s) forced entry into a garage at a property on King William Close, stealing two bicycles from within.

Chief Inspector David Buckley, commented; “This high number of break-ins is extremely rare in our area and I would urge residents to take every security measure to protect their property. We are keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed any of these incidents or noticed anything suspicious in Terrington around this time. If you have any information please contact us immediately.”

Officers would like to hear from anyone who noticed anything suspicious in the Terrington St Clement area around this time, or who has any further information about any of these incidents.

Contact Downham Market Police Station on 101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.