Suffolk Police are appealing for witnesses after a house was broken into in Gazeley and a car and thousands of pounds worth of sound system equipment were stolen.
The incident occurred between 2pm Saturday 29 June and 3.30pm Sunday 30 June at an address in Needham Street.
A window was forced to gain entry and numerous items were stolen from inside including in excess of £8,000 worth of sound system equipment.
A blue Mini Cooper was stolen off the drive, but later recovered at around 8pm on Sunday 30 June in Ash Court, Red Lodge.
Anyone with information relating to the burglary or who believes they may have seen the stolen car, is asked to contact the Bury St Edmunds Priority Crime Team on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
“Burglars beware” says Assistant Chief Constable Andrew Richer as the public and Bedfordshire Police unite to cut crime across the county.
Adverts telling the public ‘You lock up. We lock’em up’ are now travelling the roads of Bedfordshire to ensure everyone knows burglary is falling but that we must pull together to keep it that way.
The images of a locked door handle and handcuffs combined with the fact that burglary offences have fallen by 18% have been on show across the bus network since April 1, and are designed to remind people to lock up and look after the things they care about.
An increase in enforcement activity aimed at burglars across the county is also currently underway with those who consider buying or handling stolen goods also being targeted.
The Conservative MP for Kettering Peter Hollobone has called on the authorities to collect data on repeat burglary offenders to help crackdown on the crime.
In 2011/12 there was 227 convictions for burglary in Northamptonshire which was a conviction rate of 89%.
Mr Hollobone was questioning the Solicitor General Oliver Heald in the House of Commons.
"How many successful prosecutions were carried out by the Crown Prosecution Service for burglary in Northamptonshire in the latest year for which figures are available where the defendant had (a) previously been convicted for at least one other criminal offence and (b) no previous convictions."
Northamptonshire police are appealing for information following an aggravated burglary at a house in Spinney Drive, Collingtree, last night (1 January).
A man and a woman were at their home in Spinney Drive when three men, all wearing balaclavas, entered the property at around 8.15pm.
The men were carrying at least two knives between them - they threatened the woman, who was in the kitchen, and forced the man onto the floor of the lounge.
Both the man and woman were tied up and the woman sustained a minor injury to her arm.
The men demanded money and jewellery and carried out a full search of the house - they left the property having stolen mobile phones, tablet computers and jewellery.
"We can't be sure that this car was linked with the aggravated burglary but we certainly need to establish whether it can be ruled out of our enquiries."I would ask anyone with any information about this car - seen in the High Street area between 8.15pm and 8.30pm - to come forward.
"I would also like to hear from anyone who has information about three men acting suspiciously in the vicinity of High Street, Collingtree yesterday evening."
Police are appealing for information following a burglary in Essex. It happened shortly after 2.30pm on New Year's Eve in Harlow. The thieves forced open the front door of a house on Pear Tree Mead and stole cash and jewellery worth a four-figure sum. They are described as white and of slim build.
We’re looking to identify three boys who had been acting suspiciously in the area at the time and who could either be key witnesses or suspects for this burglary.
– DC Kirsty Swan, Investigating Officer
One is described as around 5ft 10ins tall with dark hair in a tidy style, very short at the sides, longer on top and brushed back. Thought to be in his late teens, he was wearing a black body-warmer and light-blue trousers turned up at the bottom. He had been seen knocking on a door on the road.
The second boy is approximately 5ft 6ins tall, has mousy brown or ginger hair, was wearing a light top and is aged in his early teens. The third boy is approximately 5ft 11ins tall and was wearing a grey hoodie. A forensic examination was carried out, with house-to-house enquiries also completed.