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Warning issued as cash and jewellery stolen during four break-ins in four days in North Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 12:57 17 July 2017 | UPDATED: 12:57 17 July 2017

Police have appealed for information. Picture: Archant

Police have appealed for information. Picture: Archant

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Police are warning residents across North Norfolk to remain vigilant after four break-ins were reported in one area in as many days.

Thieves stole cash and jewellery in the raids which took place in and around Holt sometime between Tuesday and Friday, July 11 and 14.

Officers have appealed to anyone with information to come forward.

An 18ct white gold wedding ring, a number of Pandora jewellery items, and an unknown sum of Euro currency were among the items stolen after properties in Woodfield Road, Blackthorn Avenue, and Kelling Close, Holt, were targeted, along with an address in Pineheath Road, High Kelling.

The burglaries have mainly taken place during evenings or overnight.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

Superintendent Chris Harvey, of Norfolk Constabulary, said: “I would like to remind residents to keep all doors locked as a matter of routine, but especially during the evenings and overnight – don’t give burglars an easy way in. Windows should also be kept closed and secured if you are out, or at night.

“If you believe you have seen anyone acting suspiciously in your neighbourhood then please call us with any descriptions or details that may assist our enquiries on 101.”

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