Police investigate a spate of burglaries in the Forest of Dean

By Forester Reporter   |   Reporter   |
Thursday 7th November 2019 1:52 pm
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Officers in the Forest of Dean are appealing for witnesses after a spate of burglaries in the Bream and Coleford areas on Tuesday (5 November).

Three burglaries took place which saw offenders force entry before searching the properties and leaving with items from inside.

The first burglary was reported as taking place on Lydney Road in Bream at around 8pm and saw offenders force entry to the property before conducting an untidy search.

They were disturbed by the homeowner before leaving on foot.

A second burglary was reported on St James Park in Lower Milkwall and is believed to have taken place between 4pm and 8pm.

The offenders are believed to have forced entry before leaving with a quantity of money and jewellery.

A third burglary was reported on Forest Road in Lower Milkwall and is believed to have taken place at some point between the late afternoon and early evening.

The offenders are also believed to have forced entry before leaving with a number of items of jewellery.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting incidents 416, 421 or 459 of 5 November.

Information about protecting your property and our current autumn/winter burglary campaign can be found here: www.gloucestershire.police.uk/campaigns/burglary/

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