Jewellery and computers stolen in spate of Eynesbury burglaries
GOLD jewellery, engagement rings and golf clothing was stolen in a high value burglary in Eynesbury.
And police are linking the burglary on Potton Road on Wednesday (October 5) with two others in the area on the same day.
Burglars stole a range of golf clothing including several distinctive items, such as Lobster slipovers, short and long-sleeved Dress4Golf polo shirts, five Golfino Gilets and 70 Kasco gloves.
The offenders also took jewellery including wedding and engagement rings plus a bespoke gold bracelet featuring a diamond, sapphire and opals.
A children’s John Deere ride-on tractor and trailer was also taken during the break-in, which happened between 8.30am and 3pm.
Another property on Potton Road was targeted between 11.50am and 1.45pm on the same day, when car keys, documents and a baseball bat were stolen.
A home in Meadow Road, Great Gransden, was also targeted that morning. Car keys, jewellery, computer equipment, two iPods and Panasonic and Kodak digital cameras were stolen.
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Detective constable Sharon Popple, investigating, said: “These were high value burglaries and I would urge anyone who is offered the jewellery or other items for sale to contact police.
“In particular, I would ask people to look out for the golf clothing which is very distinctive and can only be bought over the internet.”
INFORMATION: Anyone with any information should call DC Popple on 0345 456 4564 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.