Detectives are looking for witnesses and information after a British athlete's kit was stolen in Holt Lane, Hook.
The offenders broke into athlete Charlotte Purdue's garage and stole her official Great Britain kit, 30 boxes of Nike trainers and holdall bags.
The break-in took place between 4pm on May 5 and 5am and May 9.
Some of the items have been recovered but at least 15 boxes of trainers remain outstanding.
A cancer patient says she has been left housebound after a burglar stole her wig.
The wig - as well as sentimental jewellery - were take in the raid in Abingdon Road, Drayton, Oxfordshire, on April 18.
Once inside the property, the offenders conducted a search before taking a number of items.
Among the items stolen was an expensive, short blonde wig belonging to the victim who is suffering from cancer. This has left her unwilling to leave the house.
Also taken was a gold bracelet engraved with “To George love Moyra”.
Anyone who has any information, please contact PC Mark Allmond of Abingdon police station via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
A serial burglar has been sentenced to eight years in prison after being charged in connection with over 30 burglaries. Forty eight year old Bernard McDonagh, no address given, pleaded guilty to 32 offences at St Albans Crown Cour.
A total of 11 burglaries were carried out in Kent while other offences took place in London, Hampshire, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands.
Investigations found McDonagh often posed as an employee of a utility company targeting the elderly or vulnerable persons and distracting his victims before leaving with valuables such as jewellery and cash.
At sentencing, HHJ Bright QC told McDonagh: ‘You are a serious menace to elderly persons in society and despite previous prison sentences, you have not been deterred from continuing to prey on elderly people upon release from prison."
Officers are appealing for witnesses as the incident happened in the daytime in a busy area of the city.
Detective Constable Sarah Fox said: “The victim has been left distressed and upset by this burglary especially as they took jewellery that was of great sentimental value to her and even stole from the moneyboxes of her grandchildren.
“I’d appeal for anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area at the time to contact me." Anyone with information is asked to call DC Fox at Shirley Police Station on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A pensioner was burgled while attending a funeral.
Police are now appealing for witnesses to catch the person who targeted the 75-year-old woman in Southampton.
The victim returned home after the funeral to find a quantity of cash she was saving for a holiday and some jewellery had been taken.
Among the items taken were several of great sentimental value as they belonged to her deceased husband and her father.
Her engagement and wedding rings were also stolen and the burglar emptied moneyboxes belonging to her grandchildren, stealing the money from those as well.
The burglar broke into the flat in Bugle Street sometime between 1pm and 4.30pm on March 1.
A neighbour’s property was also targeted but it’s not known yet if anything has been taken from there.
An elderly woman's prized collection of teddy bears, ornaments and jewellery has been stolen form her home on Newhouse Lane in Shelwich.
The items included antique jewellery, china and ceramic ornaments, as well as several Steiff teddy bears and Wedgwood china vases, clocks and plates.
The collection is worth tens of thousands of pounds and holds sentimental value for the victim who has been collecting for decades.
A watch belonging to her late husband was also taken. It is believed the burglar loaded the goods into a cardboard box, wrapping each piece in linen to keep it safe.
A 20 year old man's been arrested after reports of a burglary in Kemlsey on Boxing Day.
Police were called at 2.15am to a house on Beauvoir Drive where a couple had heard a noise downstairs and reported seeing a man leaving through the front door. He's thought to have run towards Edyngham Close.
The police helicopter was scrambled along with ground police and a dog unit as a short chase ensued. The man was found empty-handed in a bin at the back of a house on Gregory Close.
A Sittingbourne man has been arrested on suspicion of burglary and bailed until February.
A dog has been killed during a burglary at a house in Ropley, near Winchester.
The one-year-old Border Collie called Red was chained to a kennel outside when the offenders hit her on the head with a heavy object.
The incident happened in Gilbert Street sometime between 9.30pm on November 22 and 8am on November 23.
Red was found by a family member the following morning. She was taken to the vet where she was destroyed due to the extent of her injuries.
PC Emma Purser, of Hampshire Police, said: “The family are devastated by the loss of their
much loved family pet. She had been bred by the owner and was expected to eventually be put to work on the family farm.p.
“It appears they have injured Red....then left empty handed."