Ipswich: Five homes are targeted in spate of burglaries

IPSWICH: Police are today linking four burglaries and one attempted burglary in the town last weekend.

The first happened in Richmond Road between noon and 9.35pm on January 29 when a mobile phone, Logitech camera and Toshiba laptop were stolen.

Any information on this incident can be reported to Dc Jo Williams at Suffolk police on 01473 613500.

The next burglary took place in Broomhill Road, where a Samsung LCD television was taken from the property between 6pm on January 29 and 9.30am the following day.

Dc Simon Bendall is handling this incident and can be contacted on 01473 613500.

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An intruder also entered a house in Chesterfield Drive through the patio door between 11pm on January 29 and 7.30am on January 30.

A black Samsung E250 mobile phone, cash, a light grey metal money tin and a black HP laptop stolen and any information should be reported to Dc Michael Chantry on 01473 613500.

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The fourth burglary occurred in Daimler Road and a black Nintendo Wii and jar containing keys and money were taken.

Police believe the incident happened between 12.30am and 5.45am on January 30 and information on the crime should be reported to Dc Michael Chantry at Ipswich CID on 01473 613500.

The last incident occurred in Charlton Avenue between 3.50am and 4.10am on January 30 when two men entered a house through an unlocked rear door, but were disturbed and left with nothing.

The first man is described as white, about 5ft 8ins and was wearing dark clothing including a hooded top.

The second man is described as white, about 5ft10ins and was also wearing dark clothing including a hooded top.

Calls in relation to this incident should also be made to Dc Michael Chantry on 01473 613500.

Information on any of these five incidents can also be reported to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

n Were you one of the victims? Call The Evening Star news desk on 01473 324788 or e-mail starnews@eveningstar.co.uk

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