Spate of Wisbech burglaries targeting Asian jewellery prompts vigilance advice from police

Spate of Wisbech burglaries targeting Asian jewellery prompts vigilance advice from police

Spate of Wisbech burglaries targeting Asian jewellery prompts vigilance advice from police - Credit: Archant

Three Wisbech burglaries in which Asian jewellery has been targeted and windos have been forced has prompted a warning from police.

Three Wisbech burglaries in which Asian jewellery has been targeted and windos have been forced has prompted a warning from police.

The break-ins happened in Fenland Road on October 30 and in Old Lynn Road and Winceby Close on November 3.

In the first, a window was forced, all rooms were searched and jewellery taken from a bedroom.

In Old Lynn Road, a window was forced, the property searched and family jewellery along with a large amount of cash was stolen.


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The home in Winceby Close had a rear patio door smashed and cash was stolen from a piggy bank.

Police are attempting to trace a black car with a registration starting DV57.

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Detective Sergeant Mark Plitsch said: “We would urge residents to be vigilant and consider upgrading their home security if they can.

“Anyone who would like advice on home security or a security survey carried out at their home should get in touch.”

Anyone with information should contact Det Sgt Plitsch or DC Graham Clifton on 101.

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