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Burglars steal over £8,000 in cash and jewellery from South Cumbria house

Over £7,000 worth of jewellery, including wedding rings, were stolen from the property Credit: PA

Burglars stole over £1,000 in cash and over £7,000 in jewellery from a house in South Cumbria.

The property on Swarthdale Avenue in Ulverston was broken into between 12pm on Friday 14 July and 11am, Monday 17 July.

  • A gold watch
  • A sovereign and half sovereign ring
  • Two wedding rings
  • A gold sovereign on a chain
  • A cameo ring
  • A diamond solitaire engagement ring
  • A gold chain and locket
  • A gate bracelet
  • A link chain and bracelet
  • A three tone gold bracelet
  • A lotus pearl necklace.

Anyone offered any of these items in a sale, or anyone with more information, is urged to contact PC 1444 Conway by calling 101 or emailing 101@cumbria.police.uk. Crimestoppers can also be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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110 leather jackets valuing £100,000 stolen from Borders factory

This is the second high-scale theft from the factory in the past 5 years Credit: Aero Leather Clothing

110 new, used and vintage leather jackets were stolen from a clothing factory in the Borders on Monday, 10 July

The jackets, valued at around £100,000 were taken from Aero Leather Clothing on Huddersfield Street in Galashiels around 2am.

The theft marks the second high-scale theft the factory has experienced in the last five years.

Obviously we're shell shocked by the whole thing. And we've just got over a similar high scale theft in the factory, which was an internal job five years ago. It took us four years to get over that, with the police investigation and court procedures. If anyone's got information, even if they think it's trivial, or if they come across leather jackets they should contact the police."

– Denny Calder, Director, Aero Leather Clothing

Around half of the jackets which were stolen were ready to be shipped globally to customers.

Anyone with more information is urged to call Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 0722.

Police warn of increase in car break-ins at D&G town

A spate of vehicle thefts have occured in Annan, Dumfries & Galloway Credit: PA

Local residents in Annan are being warned to be more vigilant when leaving their cars unattended.

A spate of thefts occurred in the town overnight Monday 3rd to Tuesday 4th July, including:

  • Costume jewellery and a bank card stolen from a black coloured Peugeot 308 car parked on Springbells road
  • Tom Tom satellite navigator blue stolen from a blue coloured Audi A4 car parked on Guysgill road
  • Two satellite navigators stolen from a black coloured Volkswagen Golf car parked on Kennels Road.

Clearly someone is sneaking about the town through the night and stealing from cars that are not secure.

We urge anyone leaving their car to ensure that it is locked up and any valuables are either removed or placed out of sight in the vehicle.

Anyone who has any information about these thefts, the value of which is mounting and well into the hundreds of pounds now, to get I touch with us at Annan on the 101 number."

– CONSTABLE ANDY AITKEN

Police appeal for witnesses to robbery in the Borders

Borders Police are investigating the robbery in Galashiels Credit: ITV Border

Borders Police are investigating a robbery on The Black Path in Galashiels. A 32-year-old woman, who was not injured, had her cash and her mobile phone stolen. They say the robbery took place on Friday, 28th April, between 2.30pm and 3pm.

Since this incident was reported to us on Tuesday, May 2nd, we have been conducting a number of inquiries in The Black Path area.

Anyone who witnessed suspicious behaviour in The Black Path area, and additionally in Dale Street, Huddersfield Street; and the bridge behind New Look, on Friday, April 28, is asked to contact police as soon as possible.

– Police Constable Steven Irvine, Galashiels Police Station

Anyone with more information can get in contact with Galashiels' Proactive Unit on 101, quoting incident number 1076 of May 2, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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