Tuddenham St Martin: Spate of burglaries prompts police investigation

Bank cards, cash, a 42-inch Technika television, a Samsung mobile phone and a Wii console with three

Bank cards, cash, a 42-inch Technika television, a Samsung mobile phone and a Wii console with three controllers and games were taken from a house in Granville Street, Ipswich, between 3am and 7.30am on Saturday. - Credit: Eastern Counties Newspapers

A spate of burglaries in a Suffolk village has prompted police to launch an investigation.

Cash was stolen from a purse left on a kitchen table at a property on Fynn Lane, Tuddenham St Martin, between 7.15pm and 7:25pm on Monday, September 9.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said: “The victim was upstairs and called out upon hearing a noise, at which point the offender left the property.”

The offender broke in through a rear ground floor window.

Meanwhile, a laptop and a miniature stainless steel carriage clock were stolen from a property in Westerfield Lane in the village between 4pm on Saturday 7 and 1pm last Saturday.

The property was broken in to through a rear ground floor window.

Witnesses or people with information are urged to come forward. Call police on 101.