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Officers in Eastleigh will be conducting a number of enquiries today (Friday 15 November) following five burglaries that happened between 7am and 10pm yesterday (Thursday 14 November).
Homes targeted were in Nutbeem Road, Kelvin Road, Botley Road and two in Witt Road.
Items stolen range from cash and jewellery to clothing and photograph equipment.
The homes have been targeted during the day, with most having been entered between 4pm and 10pm.
Just like the risk of insecurities risings in warmer weather, the darker evenings bring their own issues, often increasing opportunities for homes to be left in darkness. Keep homes secure by considering theses security messages if you don’t already:
Or go to our website for more advice.
Neighbourhood officers will be conducting house to house enquiries today in the roads affected, and scoping CCTV potential.
If you were in these areas yesterday and noticed anyone behaving suspiciously between 7am and 10pm, please let us know and call 101. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and leave information anonymously.
Always call 999 in an emergency.