Cars, laptops, phones and cash taken during six burglaries in Ipswich
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Six Ipswich properties have been broken into over a two-day period.
The first happened in Henley Road between 6am and 6.30pm on Monday, where offenders broke into a property but nothing was believed to be taken.
Between 11am and 1pm the same day, a property in Orford Street was targeted by thieves, who stole two mobile phones, keys and a camera.
The keys were then used to steal a silver Citroen Picasso with the registration WM07XZO.
The third happened in Shakespeare Road between 12pm and 3pm on the same day, when a black purse, containing cash and cards, was stolen from the property.
Then between midnight and 5am on Tuesday, a property in Sheldrake Drive was broken into and a Dell laptop, Nike rucksack, motorcycle clothing, helmet and keys were taken.
The keys were then used to steal a blue and white Suzuki GSXR with the registration AY54ENH.
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The fifth happened in Clapgate Lane between 8am and 5.30pm on the same say.
An offender broke into the property and stole a silver Dell laptop and iPad.
The final burglary took place in Landseer Road around 9pm on Tuesday, when a property was entered but it is not known if anything was stolen.
Anyone with information should contact Ipswich Priority Crime Team on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.