Spate of West Norfolk burglaries - in which watches, cash, jewellery and air pistol taken - thought to be linked
PUBLISHED: 11:03 09 July 2015 | UPDATED: 11:03 09 July 2015
Burglars struck three times in West Norfolk last week.
Two break-ins took place in Terrington St Clement, with a further burglary in Marshland St James:
Between Monday June 29 at 7pm and Thursday July 2 at 9pm, suspect(s) smashed a rear window to gain access to a home on Lynn Road, Terrington, and took an air pistol and various items of jewellery, both of which were later recovered.
A break-in at another property on Lynn Road in Terrington St Clement took place between Wednesday July 1 at 7pm and Thursday July 2 at 9pm.
Suspect(s) forced entry by smashing a rear window and stole a grandfather clock, a sack barrow and a cycle helmet. An air pistol, a hand glider and a pressure washer were later recovered in a nearby hedgerow.
Between Wednesday July 1 at 7.15pm and Thursday July 2 at 7pm, suspect(s) forced entry to a home on Smeeth Road, Marshland St James, causing damage to a rear door handle.
When inside they stole a number of watches, an HTC mobile phone, an iPod Touch, items of jewellery and hundreds of pounds in cash.
Anyone with information on any of the incidents, or anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity between any of the times stated, should contact King’s Lynn CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.