Thousands of pounds worth of items have been stolen from homes near Norwich.

Jewellery, phones and cash have been stolen from properties in Cringleford, Fersfield, Hethersett, Keswick and Intwood over the past month after windows and doors were smashed.

The most recent burglary happened on Sunday afternoon in Cringleford when the ground-floor window of a home was forced open and jewellery, an electric bike and a charger were stolen.

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A man in his 40s was arrested on Sunday night on suspicion of burglary in connection with the incident.

He was taken to Wymondham Police Station for questioning and remains in custody.

Officers are also investigating the burglaries in Fersfield, Hethersett, Keswick and Intwood to determine whether they are linked.

Anybody with any information, dashcam or doorbell footage is asked to contact