Two properties in Meppershall targeted by burglars
TWO properties in a village have been targeted by burglars this week.
The first incident happened at a property in Fildyke Road, Meppershall sometime between 10pm on Tuesday October 16 and 6am on Wednesday October 17.
The offenders were able to force open a patio door in the conservatory at the rear of the location but strong home security ensured that they could not access the rest of the property and they left empty handed.
A second offence took place in Church Lane, sometime between 6.30pm on Thursday October 11 and 6.15pm on Wednesday October 17.
The offenders were able to access the garden at the rear of the property and then prize open a ground floor kitchen window.
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Once inside the property the offenders searched the bedrooms and took a quantity of jewellery and ornaments.
Detective constable, Lynn Adams, who is investigating these incidents, is keen to hear from anyone who was in Meppershall and may have seen something suspicious during the time periods mentioned.
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DC Adams said: “Meppershall is a relatively quiet village, so to have two incidents of burglary take place in a short period of time is unusual.
“We would really like to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time or anyone else who may have information however small or insignificant they think it is that could help us.
“Don’t dismiss your information as unimportant – even tiny details which don’t seem relevant now might become useful later on in the investigation.”
If you have information relating to this incident, contact DC Adams, on 01234 275357, the non-emergency number 101, or text information to 07786 200011.
Alternatively contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.