An investigation has started into a series of burglaries that have been reported in Skegness in the past week.
Homes have been targetted in Beresford Avenue, Kingsthorpe Avenue, Briar Way, Huckles Way and Finisterre Avenue.
In each case, the burglars appear to have been able to get in by forcing a rear door or window whilst the homes were unoccupied.
Make it more difficult for potential burglaries to access the rear of your house by ensuring you keep any side access gates securely locked. Consider motion-sensor lighting or installing a burglar alarm if your home is unoccupied for longer periods of time.
– DC Emily Wooll-Rivers, Skegness CID
Anyone with information about the burglaries should contact Lincolnshire Police by dialling 101 and quoting the incident number. Report crimes anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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