Burglar breaks into Ipswich home through cat flap and steals coins from piggy bank
- Credit: Archant
A burglar has broken into an Ipswich home through a cat flap and stolen coins from a piggy bank.
The house, on Martin Road, was broken into between 8.15am and 5pm on Monday.
The offender gained access by forcing entry through a cat flap and reaching into unlock the door from the inside.
A silver Apple Mac Pro, and 40 vinyl records worth several hundreds of pounds were stolen.
A shed in the back garden was also entered and a De Walt hand drill was taken.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Pc Nicholas Cook on 101 quoting IW/15/245 or to call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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