Police probe Tacolneston burglary
Police are investigating a burglary at Baldock Close in Tacolneston in which high value items were stolen.The house is near the junction with Dovedale Road and entered by smashing a rear conservatory window between 10pm on Good Friday and 6am the following day.
Police are investigating a burglary at Baldock Close in Tacolneston in which high value items were stolen.
The house is near the junction with Dovedale Road and entered by smashing a rear conservatory window between 10pm on Good Friday and 6am the following day.
Property stolen included women's jewellery, a Hitachi 37ins LCD television, Toshiba DVD player, a red and white Optek Fretlight FG400 electric guitar; a brown and white Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, Phillips DVD Recorder; a black Nikkai DVD/TV player, a men's Seiko Chronograph Divers watch and a men's Seiko F1 Honda Racing Team limited edition watch.
Also stolen were the keys to the victim's brown Grand Cherokee Jeep, registration V587 XVL, which was then stolen from outside the property. The vehicle was recovered from a field in Intwood Lane, Cringleford, close to the ford on Saturday, March 22.
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Police are keen to hear from anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area of Baldock Close. They would also like to speak to anyone who saw the stolen jeep between the above times and would appeal to anyone in Intwood/ Cringleford who saw anything suspicious overnight to contact them.
Any information to Det Con Jerry Simpson at Norwich CID on 0845 4564567 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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