Advice issued following burglaries - Nuneaton
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Officers are issuing advice and appealing for information following several recent burglaries in Nuneaton.
Between 10pm on 25 September and 9am on 26 September, a white Audi Q5 was stolen from a property on Wadebridge Drive. Incident number 71 of 26 September.
At around 3.30am on 15 October, a property was broken into on Wadebridge Drive. Car and house keys were stolen. Incident number 37 of 15 October.
Between 6.05pm and 8.05pm on 4 November, a house was broken into on Ennerdale Crescent. Jewellery was stolen. Incident number 382 of 4 November.
At some point between 4pm and 8pm on Wednesday 11 November, a house was broken into on Horeston Grange. Jewellery and cash were stolen from the property. Incident number 387 of 11 November.
Det Con Sian Cook from Warwickshire Police said: “Unfortunately we have recently seen several burglaries in the Horeston Grange and St Nicolas Park Estate areas over the past couple of months and enquiries are currently ongoing to locate those responsible.
“As part of this, officers will be conducting additional patrols in the area.
“We would ask residents to remain vigilant and to ensure windows and doors are kept locked, any valuables are kept out of sight, and to set an alarm and leave lights on when you go out.
“If anyone has witnesses any suspicious behaviour in the area or has any information on the above offences, please report it to us on 101 quoting the relevant incident number.”
Further crime prevention advice can be found here: https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/residential-burglary/
Issued: HCB, Corporate Communications