Police warning after four burglary incidents in Norwich in just one night
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A games console, laptop and cash were stolen in a spate of late-night burglaries in Norwich.
Police are urging residents to thinks about their home security after two burglaries and two attempted burglaries in the north of the city.
Suspect/s broke into a house in Waterloo Road between 11.30pm on Monday, May 13 and 5am on Tuesday, May 14 and stole a wallet and a laptop computer.
A property was also targeted in Gertrude Road between 3am and 6.30am on Tuesday, May 14 and an Xbox 360 and a small quantity of cash was stolen.
Meanwhile suspect/s attempted to break into two addresses in Temple Road between 10pm on Monday, May 13 and 8am on Tuesday May 14.
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Anyone with information should contact DC Beth Davies at Bethel Street Police Station on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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