Residential burglary Station Street Rippingale

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Dear Member,
Incident 209 23/01/2019 relates to a residential burglary on the eastern side of STATION STREET RIPPINGALE. This occurred between 1:45pm and 2:45pm yesterday 23rd January 2019.
Unknown offenders have used a pointed implement to break the rear window of a bungalow to gain entry.
Once entry has been gained an untidy search of the bedrooms has been made whereby numerous items have been stolen. These include a play station 4 with games, cash, a jewellery box and keys to the family car.
 
Incident 221 23/01/2019 relates to a silver Peugeot 206 registration LD04 NCN acting suspiciously in Kirkby Underwood, Bourne. This vehicle with 3 male occupants was sighted in a farm yard in Aslackby Rd. Further suspicions were raised when earlier 1 of the males from this vehicle was walking alone in the village as the silver Peugeot with 1 male driving and 1 male in the back seat followed slowly behind him. These sightings were around 3:15pm yesterday the 23rd Jan. When they realised they had been seen they made a speedy exit out of the village….direction unknown.
 
As always if you can assist with Police enquiries, please call 101 quoting the relevant incident details or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
 
 
Thank you for your continued support.
Sandra
 
PCSO BROMMELL
BOURNE & BILLINGBOROUGH NPT
TEL 101 EXT 3726
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Sandra Brommell (Support, PCSO NC45 Bourne & Billingborough, Bourne Station)

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