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Police say nine burglaries across Breckland in which jewellery and cash were stolen may be linked

PUBLISHED: 11:38 16 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:50 16 November 2017

Police are investigating after a number of burglaries across Great Ellingham. Picture: Archant.

Police are investigating after a number of burglaries across Great Ellingham. Picture: Archant.

A number of burglaries in the Breckland area in which jewellery and cash were stolen may be linked, police have said.

The burglaries occurred at nine properties between October 31 and November 7.

The suspect or suspects have forced entry to the properties via doors and windows.

Jewellery and cash has then been stolen.

The incidents took place at:

Whitsands Road, Swaffhamm, on Tuesday, October 31 at 9.30pm

Whitsands Road, Swaffham, on Wednesday, November 1 between 12.55pm and 3.55pm

Southlands, Swaffham, on November 1 between 1.20pm and 1.50pm

Eastfields, Narborough, on November 1 between 12.30pm and 1.50pm

Captains Close, Swaffham, on Sunday, November 5 between 7.15pm and 10.36pm

Fairholme Close, Ashill, between 3pm on November 5 and 7.53am on Monday, November 6

Smallworth, Garboldisham, between 11am on November 6 and 12am on Tuesday, November 7

Churchill Close, Watton, between Friday,November 3 and November 7

Caudle Springs, Carbrooke, on November 7 between 8.30am and 5pm.

Police would like to speak to anyone who may have seen anyone acting suspiciously in the areas between the stated dates, or who may have other information to assist the investigation.

Anyone with any information should contact Det Con Ellie Knul at Thetford CID on 101, or alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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