WEST NORFOLK: Fresh appeal by CID after eight burglaries in Kings Lynn and Wisbech areas
OFFICERS from King s Lynn CID have issued a warning following a series of burglaries in the King s Lynn and Wisbech area. From the beginning of January this year there have been at least eight burglaries, mainly in the Queens Avenue and Ouse Avenue area,
OFFICERS from King's Lynn CID have issued a warning following a series of burglaries in the King's Lynn and Wisbech area.
From the beginning of January this year there have been at least eight burglaries, mainly in the Queens Avenue and Ouse Avenue area, resulting in thefts of items such cameras, laptops and mobile phones. In many of the incidents the offenders have been able to enter the property as a result of insecure windows or doors.
DC Richard Moden, King's Lynn CID, commenting on the burglaries said: "These burglaries have often occurred overnight and as a result of unlocked doors and windows.
" I want to warn residents in the area to be aware and to be even more vigilant around making their properties secure when they are not at home."
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If anyone has information regarding these burglaries contact DC Moden at King's Lynn Police Station on 0845 456 4567 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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