Burglaries

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This is the Louth Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team. We are appealing for witnesses or information in relation to two dwelling burglaries that have taken place.

The first burglary that has occurred was on Sea Dyke Way, Marshchapel on the 20th April between 1600 & 1700 hours. Offender(s) have jemmied a rear UPVC door causing it to smash. Offender(s) have then entered the property and conducted an untidy search and stolen jewellery from within. The owners were away on holiday at the time of the offence. Crime number 19000201352.

The second burglary that has occurred was on North End Road, Tetney between 1845 hours on the 18th April and 1225 hours on the 20th April. Offender(s) have smashed a rear patio door window in order to gain entry. Offender(s) have then entered the property and again, stolen jewellery from within. The owners were away on holiday at the time of the offence. Crime number 19000200939.

If you have any information regarding these crimes, please contact DC Best, Louth CID on 101 quoting the respective crime numbers.

Thank you. 
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Justin Mekkaoui (Police, PCSO, Louth Station)

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