Jewellery, iPad and video camera stolen from Caister home

ELECTRICAL items and jewellery were stolen after someone broke into a home in Caister.

It happened at a home in Yarmouth Road between 6pm and 8.10pm on Saturday, March 24.

The offenders gained entry by breaking a window at the back of the address and then made a search before taking items including two gold wedding rings with diamond chips around the bands, a gents Celtic design friendship ring, a bracelet with jade green links set in gold, various watches, bracelets and rings and an iPad, video camera and mobile phone.

After carrying out house to house enquiries police are also keen to trace individuals who were seen near the property around 7.30pm – 8pm on Saturday.

A man described as white, of big build and wearing light grey jogging bottoms was seen walking down an alleyway near the property around 7.45pm, while another member of the public spotted a white teenager wearing light coloured jogging bottoms and a dark jacket near a vehicle parked close by.

Officers would like to speak to anyone who may have been in the area between these times who may have noticed any suspicious activity, or anyone with information about the burglar or the whereabouts of the stolen items.

Anyone with information should call DC Holly Beevis on 101

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